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WELCOME TO POOL/PACT, A MEMBER-BASED POOL & COMPENSATION TRUST

This website serves as a portal to serve our members. The Nevada Public Agency Insurance Pool (POOL) was formed in 1987. By pooling resources, Nevada public entities discovered that they could obtain property casualty coverage at a reasonable cost, and access risk management resources superior to those previously offered to smaller, rural municipalities. The Public Agency Compensation Trust was formed in 1996 to provide workers compensation coverage. POOL/PACT members include counties, cities, school districts, special districts and towns. Every member actively manages the risks encountered as a public agency.

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  • 10/9/2020in Risk Management

    OCTOBER IS NATIONAL CYBERSECURITY AWARENESS MONTH

    National Cybersecurity Awareness Month’s Week 2 focuses on steps individuals and organizations can take to secure Internet-connected devices for personal and professional use. This year has seen major disruptions in the way we work, learn, and socialize, driving many of these activities online. With our homes, schools, and business more connected than ever, it’s vital to “Protect It” and #BeCyberSmart.

     

  • 9/24/2020in Risk Management

    Software Vendor Tyler Technologies Tells U.S. Local Government Clients It Was Hacked

    Tyler Technologies, a software vendor whose products are used by U.S. states and counties to share election data, said on Wednesday that an unknown party had hacked its internal systems.

    Tyler, whose platforms are used by elections officials to display voting results, among other tasks, said that it had experienced a "security incident involving unauthorized access to our internal phone and information technology systems." Tyler Technologies said an "unknown third party" was responsible for the breach.

    The software company's website was offline as of Wednesday evening. In a notice to the public, Tyler Technologies said it was "aware of the issue" and "working to bring the site back online." The company also said it notified law enforcement.

    "We currently have no reason to believe that any client data, client servers, or hosted systems were affected," it said. The company did not say whether there had been a ransomware demand or how it had learned of the breach, and it did not respond to questions.

    A company security officer said counties should immediately reset the passwords they use to log into Tyler's systems. Since the breach may have happened some time ago, it is possible that any stored passwords might have already been taken and used.

    Based in Plano, Texas, Tyler Technologies offers a variety of services to governments at the state and local level, including tax software, emergency management systems, and election-related products.


    Traditional Media Sources (some page content may change or not be available over time):

    Reuters

    Business Insurance

    Tyler Tech Support Page

    Krebs on Security

  • 9/15/2020in Human Resources

    Revised FFCRA Regulations

    On September 11, 2020, the Department of Labor (DOL) posted revised regulations for the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). 

  • 8/10/2020in Risk Management

    UPDATE: SB4

    Understandably, we have received several inquiries regarding SB4, which provides limited liability protection to some entities and businesses which substantially comply with controlling health standards relating to COVID-19.  However, such limitations do not apply to health care facilities and K-12 schools.  (read more)
     

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