Senior Executive Editor, Center For Digital Government
GIS Helps State Understand "Unintended Things," Says California's Geographic Information Officer
April 15, 2009 - "What GIS allows us to do is provide a collaborative environment to understand unintended things that we didn't first get when we looked at the map."
NIST Accepting Public Comments on Federal Voting Machine Test Guidelines
April 13, 2009 - "A single transparent set of tests that will help give voters and governments confidence that the systems operate in a reliable fashion."
Texas Declares Sovereignty, E-Gov, Conferences: GT News Wrap
April 10, 2009 - All compulsory federal legislation that requires states to comply under threat of civil or criminal penalties, or that requires states to pass legislation or lose federal funding, be prohibited or repealed.
Silicon Valley Fiber-Optic Cables Cut, 9-1-1 Among Casualties
April 10, 2009 - $250,000 reward offered.
CIO Avi Duvdevani to Depart New York City Housing Authority
April 09, 2009 - Will be responsible for the delivery of the "CUNYfirst" ERP project and will serve as senior adviser to the university CIO.
Franken-Coleman Recount Dispute Highlights Ballot-Count Shortcomings
April 09, 2009 - Inconsistencies in how absentee ballots were dealt with may become the subject of a legal challenge to the outcome.
Commentary: Jurisdictions Seek to Profit from Bad Habits
April 08, 2009 - Government seems to think it can profit from the poison while throwing coins at some supposed antidote.
Colorado Initiates Transparency Program
April 07, 2009 - Executive order requires the Office of Information and Technology and the Office of the State Controller to establish a continuous improvement process.
Health IT Rollout Continues With Free Connect Software, More
April 06, 2009 - HHS, Veteran's Affairs, Microsoft and Google, and the public's reaction to databasing and sharing of personal health information.
How Happy is Your State?
April 05, 2009 - Economic contentment is to be found in "small cities, towns and corn fields" rather than in major urban areas.
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