Transition from lever machines to touch screen voting
Government opens up opportunities for small businesses to compete in the federal marketplace
The company plans to send e-mail advisory this week.
A new Internet-based system that tracks foreign students at U.S. colleges and universities won't meet its implementation deadline.
The unmanned, remote-controlled aircraft could provide a new platform for wireless data services and communications.
PCs in every dorm room will have gigabit Ethernet access to the Internet and the university's own network.
The program probes computers for known security flaws; then gives prompts on how to fix the flaws.
Software makes interactive mapping accessible to emergency managers via the Web.
A round-up of information technology news and events from each of the 50 states.
On October 8th, Government Technology and the Institute for Government Innovation hosted the 3rd Annual International Summit on Service to the Citizen in Denver. The summit drew delegates from 11 countries, including the United States. Three governors were featured as keynote speakers: Terry Branstad, Iowa; Roy Romer, Colorado; and James Geringer, Wyoming. Featured international speaker was Maurice Williamson from Pakuranga, New Zealand.
Students, teachers, administrators and technology companies team up for an electronic education.
"Checksheets" can help organize training materials, cut training time and increase student understanding and use.
A current summary of states with updated or pending legislation. Reprinted with permission of McBride Baker& Coles.
What do people on the front lines have to say about the trend toward outsourcing in state and local government?
Improved scanners and recognition software increase the accuracy and speed of forms processing.