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'I want a city where people can do business from any computer anywhere in the world.'
Site provides extensive analysis of plans and proposals, tracks the plan through the public participation and legislative review process, and highlights opportunities for public involvement
Four sub-portals or 'portlets' key differentiator of site, says official
Site offers a Web presence even to counties with no IT staff
Ingredients that go into making Utah.Gov stand out
Six months to create an integrated information system
Its technical architecture can process claims without eligibility issues and generate benefit payments without any human intervention, which is a huge savings to the state of Texas.
Enforcement Wireless Computing Solution generates $4.7 million return on investment within 60 days
Ohio County launched a service that provides detailed property value information for prospective home-buyers
The fifth Conversation is well-received by the education community
Rural Advanced Traveler Information System
Wireless technology began as a tool for public safety, but local governments have expanded its usefulness.
CalTrans is working on innovative technology solutions to reduce traffic congestion and enhance road travel.
The California Mentor Initiative is making a positive change in society.
Emergency response agencies across the nation implement the latest technologies.
Move over Court TV, make room for the latest way to follow blockbuster trials gavel-to-gavel.
Voting on appellate court motions -- once a paper-heavy process -- now runs on a customized groupware application.
A plethora of Internet applications can help any government agency set up a Web site faster than ever before.
There are many, many courtroom automation tools on the market, but are there law offices and courtrooms
All levels of government are not only learning to work together to bring changes in the worlplace, but are sharing experiences on how to successfully implement telecommuting programs.
A California project to refurbish computers for schools is about to go nationwide.
In Allegheny County, court reporters are finding ways to work with technology.
Dozens of technology companies are constantly offering better and faster PCs. Here's some of the latest and greatest, including tips on navigating your way through the waters.
The Midnight Hacker program is taking at-risk kids off the streets and putting them to work mapping crime statistics with GIS.
More and more government workers are using notebooks while in the field.
The Web is a great information tool. But now that
The wide array of presentation tools currently on the market make it possible for anyone to put together an impressive exhibition.