There are too many IT project failures in government. Getting the upfront analysis right could prevent a lot of them.
IT investments bring their own direct productivity improvements, but the big payoff is in the much larger productivity boost that digital tools can give to government services.
Readers assess Michigan's IT-based economic development and recommend priorities
As e-government enters the difficult and dangerous territory of cross-boundary transformation, what does this mean for CIO leadership?
Budget directors, CIOs and department heads: your roles in IT success.
A vendor/agency partnership can build stronger solutions to IT problems.
This is the second in a series of four articles drawn from the forthcoming Government Technology guidebook on funding information technology projects in the public sector.