Need to contact your representative? Write a KwikLetter

When’s the last time you wrote a letter? It’s not something we do often, but we appreciate receiving them. Letters are personal. They go to our friends and loved ones through birthday cards, best wishes, congratulations and function as a more formal way of connecting, even reconnecting. It’s the personal connection that leads letter writing […]

What to know about Alabama’s contact tracing app

Contact tracing has opened up a lot of questions about anything from how it works to who will support the efforts to make sure it’s effective. While there are a considerable number of others which will arise, it’s important we address a few we’ve gotten leading up the app’s release. How much does it cost […]

Willingworth: Wills that safeguard your future and your family

We make plans to take the uncertainty out of decision making. It allows us to be intentional with our time and prepared for what’s ahead. For millions of people the future is harder to look at due to the challenges of the pandemic. It’s a phenomenon that highlights the growing wealth gap between people and […]

Why can’t the government keep up? Why the IDP’s app, IowaReporter, failed.

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Most of us have lived this scenario before: you are cramming for a big final, meeting, or something important, and you need your computer, software, internet, or printer to work. You give yourself a very short period of time to have your technology do what you have asked it to do a thousand times before. […]

What to know when offshoring software development

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Development projects are an investment. There’s no way around this as you look at how to upgrade what your company offers. The rate developers charge per hour can appear to be steep and varies based on location. Often, people who aren’t ready for this investment should realize that the upfront cost is only the beginning […]