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Burgum reflects on second year in office

Saturday December 15th marked the two-year anniversary of Gov. Doug Burgum being sworn into office alongside Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford, giving the governor a chance to reflect on the substantial progress made toward fulfilling the administration┐s purpose for state government: to empower people, improve lives and inspire success.

2019-2021 Budget Address

Gov. Doug Burgum has released his 2019-2021 Executive Budget, emphasizing strategic investments and spending within the state's means.

Burgum appoints Kommer to lead Dep. of Commerce

Gov. Doug Burgum appointed Michelle Kommer to lead the North Dakota Department of Commerce, citing her strong leadership qualities, extensive private-sector experience and commitment to addressing the state┐s workforce shortage.

Governor, First Lady launch YES Challenge

Gov. Doug Burgum and First Lady Kathryn Burgum announced the Youth Ending Stigma (YES) Challenge, designed to enable student-led initiatives and projects focused on eliminating social stigma surrounding behavioral health issues including addiction and mental health conditions.

Burgum Reappoints Maj. Gen. Alan Dohrmann

Gov. Doug Burgum has reappointed Maj. Gen. Alan Dohrmann to a six-year term as North Dakota's adjutant general, effective July 1, 2019, citing his exceptional leadership since taking on the role in December 2015.

Burgum Presents Rough Rider Award to Clint Hill

Gov. Doug Burgum presented retired U.S. Secret Service agent and author Clint Hill with the North Dakota Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award during a ceremony attended by more than 200 friends, family and other well-wishers at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Hill's hometown of Washburn.

$30M UAS Infrastructure Proposal

Highlighting how North Dakota is embracing technology to reinvent government, improve services for taxpayers and spur economic development, Gov. Doug Burgum announced a $30 million proposal to build out infrastructure that would support beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) across North Dakota.

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North Dakota Travel Information Map

Winter is here and with it more hazardous road conditions as well. Keep up to date on road conditions by downloading the NDDOT Mobile Travel Info app, subscribing to email or text alerts, and viewing the online Travel Information Map.