Colorado signs a new bill that reimburses health-care providers for telemedicine services.
New Jersey acquires a new method for linking incompatible radio equipment in emergencies.
Virginia public schools will be required to teach students about Internet safety under a new state law.
Web-based technology assists collaboration and communication in event planning and emergency management.
Surveillance cameras in a Los Angeles low-income housing community offer more than just a watchful eye.
Legislators seek new ways to handle electronic waste, the growing byproduct of the Information Age.
Texas higher-education institutions share knowledge at the speed of light.
FEMA looks to local communities to help update its floodplain maps.
A new online index provides an information resource for state lawmakers considering optimal energy efficiency policies.
Michigan and Utah implement child protection registries to keep inappropriate e-mail out of children's inboxes, and raise questions in the process.
The Vital Signs program is giving students in Maine and Ireland an opportunity to merge technology with education in the great outdoors.
In the 2005 Best of the Web contest, Delaware's Web portal came out on top.
Wireless Amber Alerts are now distributed to the public via cell phones to help law enforcement find abducted children and bring them home safely.
A telemedicine system in Rochester, N.Y., day-care centers works so well that local schools want to add the equipment to their facilities.
Winners of the 2005 Digital Counties Survey stress easy access to online services.
Fifteen states unite to fund a research project to help prevent animal-vehicle collisions on state roadways and save lives.
The California Film Commission collaborates with Caltrans to create an online permit system for filming on state property.
CUWiN creates communitywide open source wireless networks to bridge the digital divide.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport partners with ARINC to create an ADA-compliant paging system suitable for all passengers.
From annual conference to national association, the distribution of Web-enabled knowledge for government is the catalyst for establishing the National Association of Government Webmasters.
Indiana offers businesses a new way to pay taxes.
El Paso simplifies employee time management with Web-enabled work force automation software.
Washington state utilizes digital archiving to immortalize a legacy.