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Florida's Sarasota County brings the dream of intergovernmental cooperation to life.
Two professors explore the brave new world of technology development, aiding the juvenile justice system in the process.
Pennsylvania's Keystone Research Center uses GIS to tame the beast that's killing older urban areas.
Two U.S. cities are trading their cell towers for the new buzz -- mesh networks.
The Center for Digital Government announces top finishers in its 2003 Digital Cities Survey.
The North Carolina Grid Initiative may be key in bolstering the Tarheel State's ravaged economy.
The Center for Digital Government announces the 2003 Best of the Web and Digital Legislatures Survey winners.
California National Guard forms a partnership with Ukraine and scores big on the diplomatic and humanitarian courts.
A new Web site uses GIS technology to communicate a wide variety of data and information to officials and residents of Plymouth, England.
New mobile VPN technology seeks to ensure automatic security is available to the wireless world.
Governmental Accounting Standards Board's Statement 34 seeks to make state and local government financial statements more comprehensive and comprehensible.
King County, Wash.'s Online Exchange keeps trash out of landfills by allowing residents to sell usable household items to eager re-consumers.
As gas tax revenue dwindles, Oregon looks at innovative but controversial technology to fill its budget tanks.