Senior Executive Editor, Center For Digital Government
New York City Moves Forward on Alternative Fueled Vehicles
August 25, 2009 - PlaNYC's aim is to reduce municipal government carbon emissions 30 percent by 2017 and the city's carbon emissions 30 percent by the year 2030.
What Makes an Appealing Community?
August 21, 2009 - Some prefer rural life, others want to live in a large metropolitan area. Some prefer plenty of open space, others want to live at the seashore or in a cosy cabin in the mountains.
GT News Wrap
August 21, 2009 - Courts and the Internet, Flap Over Health Plan Criticism, Broadband Policy, Election Reporting System
What's The Worst New Internet Law?
August 19, 2009 - "The Internet is increasingly under attack as lawmakers seek to mandate technological behaviors, impose new taxes and otherwise restrict the free flow of information and commerce online."
San Jose Launches Wikiplanning
August 14, 2009 - Residents can weigh in on matters of importance, take a survey, comment on the plan, and become a participant in the process.
China Eases Filtering Mandate
August 13, 2009 - Filtering still required in Internet cafes, schools and other locations that provide public computer access.
Energy News Wrap
August 11, 2009 - Smart grid, regenerative braking, New Jersey solar, real-time bus arrival schedules, smart appliances.
Tulare County Integrates Criminal Justice Data
August 10, 2009 - "We had to make sure that all of our systems could push and pull XML data."
Blumenthal: Health Information Technology "The Right Thing to Do"
August 07, 2009 - "I saved the patient the inconvenience and X-Ray exposure, and saved the health care system the money for that duplicate test."
Bill Would Penalize States That Don't Enact No-Texting-While-Driving Law
August 04, 2009 - States that do not comply with the legislation risk losing 25 percent of their annual federal highway funding.
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