While David Molchany is no longer Fairfax County's CIO, that hasn't diminished his role as lead integrator of IT and government.
William Vajda, the U.S. Department of Education's new CIO, brings decades of experience to an agency at the center of a critical mandate.
State technology offices, CIOs and departments of education struggle to meet No Child Left Behind's data requirements.
Government resistance to offshore outsourcing remains strong despite proven benefits in the private sector.
One school system solved its problem of remotely monitoring network security.
As Hurricane Katrina swept across the Gulf Coast region and obliterated vital services for millions of people, 400,000 military veterans living in the region didn't have to worry about losing their medical records or access to care.
Thirty-somethings today have shadowy memories of learning to use a floppy disk the size of a dinner napkin in computer classes.
A technology leader in higher education continues to revolutionize how students learn and live with a mobile computing wireless initiative.
The prevailing attitude projected by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and increasingly adopted nationwide ...
"IT success is program success," said Clay Johnson III, deputy director of management at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Florida implements a unique ERP-based system to streamline enforcement.
Wireless tablets streamline referrals, and let nurses better serve patients.
A small-town school harnesses state funding to immerse students in learning and technology.
With the increase of identity theft resulting from illegal use of Social Security numbers and other personal information, the federal government's use of ...
"The future is just as much a condition of the present as is the past," wrote German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche in 1883.
Editors: Erwin A. Blackstone, Michael L. Bognanno and Simon Hakim
IT needs for homeland security are better recognized, but harder to get.
CTO Suzanne Peck has carefully transformed the District of Columbia into a tech-savvy city known for its innovation.
Davis described government's style of budget cuts as "chopping off arms and legs," while the more appropriate way to trim government spending is to go on a diet, "where the whole body shrinks" and important components are not lost
One of the most important engines we have to drive our city's transformation is information technology
Stewart sees a highly efficient and modern technology environment that will support changing the way business is done and citizens are served