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Texas , company

900 Congress Suite 300

Austin, Texas,78701

United States

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Texas.gov is the official website of the state of Texas (www.texas.gov), and is a collaborative public-private partnership managed by the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR). Texas.gov helps state and local government entities web-enable their serv... more

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www.statesman.com

One of the reasons Ott gave was that Acuna and Acting Fire Chief Jim Evans did not contact him about the fire at the Governor's Mansion, leaving Ott unaware of the blaze for a day. Gene Acuna, the City of Austin's director of communications and public information, resigned Thursday at the request of City Manager Marc Ott. Ott said: "I had some concerns about judgment calls that (Acuna) made that I thought were significant and I didn't agree with them." Acuna, 45, also declined to explain what prompted the resignation.Asked about Ott's statement, Acuna said: "I have a long history in communications.My reputation with the media is strong and I believe that people who know me know that my commitment to public information in government is essential."He added: "It has been an honor to serve with Mr. Ott during the transition.I wish him and the city manager's office continued success." Acuna has been the city's communications director for two years.He oversaw media services, Channel 6, news content on the city's Web site and open records requests, among other things.Previously, he worked as a deputy press secretary for Gov.City spokesman Gene Acuna declined to elaborate on what resources may have been used or what the personal project might be."The general rule of thumb is that city resources, city equipment is strictly for city business," Acuna said.The legal department notified the city's integrity officer and the city manager's office, Acuna said.Information related to the allegations has been turned over to the Austin police and Collins was placed on paid administrative leave, Acuna said. "The city manager certainly takes these allegations very seriously and wants them investigated fully and impartially," Acuna said.Video including interviews earlier after Collins was named Texas CIO of the year in April by Government Technology Magazine.


www.texasmediawatch.com [cached]

Gov. Perry's spokesman, Gene Acuna, comments on the program for Kuempel's report as does State Insurance Commissioner Jose Montemayor.


www.valleystar.com [cached]

Gene Acuña, press secretary for Gov.In addition, the governor asked for the partial restoration of mental health benefits under CHIP and his goal is to double the number of federally qualified health centers, Acuña said.


www.themonitor.com [cached]

Gene Acuña, press secretary for Gov.Plus, the governor asked for the partial restoration of mental health benefits under CHIP and his goal is to double the number of federally qualified health centers, Acuña said.


www.dallasnews.com [cached]

But more and more, state officials are looking at smaller companies to help stanch the state's manufacturing job losses, said Gene Acuna, a spokesman for Gov.The Texas Enterprise Fund's "goal is job creation for any part of the state," Mr. Acuna said.


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