Even as the state faces record budget deficits, Steve Westly is an advocate for more and better technology solutions
Federally funded program reaches out to states with free training and resources
Three days of high-level keynotes, classes and special events comes to California's Capital
Aggressive agenda to change how IT is administered in the state must fit a short time frame for new CIO and Gov. Benson
New agency will assume greater authority and oversight of technology procurement and procedures
The district's CTO will lend her expertise to Pennsylvania as the commonwealth launches a new management strategy.
The legislation would prevent government from offering certain online services if there are two or more companies making the same services available to the public.
Statewide GIS project supports shuttle debris recovery.
The conference is showcasing new products that reflect an effort to make accessibility a fundamental element of design and development.
Governors at the annual NGA meeting take their message to the president and Congress asking for federal relief and changes to Medicaid system.
Interoperable emergency communications system links government sectors.
Comprehensive telecom partnership overcomes organizational and geographic obstacles.
Virginia governor and technology secretary bring private-sector savvy to government service.
Michael Bloomberg opened the National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council by outlining the challenges and benefits of the city's new 311 system.
National environmental information system seeks to change the world, one mouse click at a time.
CIOs talk strategy in dealing with the impending turnover in the nation's governors' offices.
Laguna Beach, Calif. continues to expand its extensive geographic information system that launched after a fire in 1993.
NASCIO conference brings opportunity to build nationwide communications system in partnership with the Office of Homeland Security.
The 2002 Best of the Web winners demonstrate the power of government portals.
Representatives from 33 states attended a five-day conference and trade show called "Doing Business in the New World."
Pennsylvania adapts virus-tracking system to homeland defense.
New York's IT leaders are harnessing knowledge gained after Sept. 11 to better use technology in the future.
Governments' increasing use of GIS is highlighted at the conference.
IT projects to be managed by departments until statewide strategy is written.
The state's CIO and chief security officer both submitted resignations on the same day, citing barriers to performing their roles.
Don Upson: Harnessing the Power of Boundaries
The state will require vendors to get educated before doing business with state agencies.
Safety, security and anti-terrorist strategies top agenda of federal conference.
Suspension, resignations, shredding of documents and calls for accountability surround enterprise license agreement made by embattled department
Committee takes action and avoids deciding fate of DOIT's sunset, but rescues key data centers.
Mexico's president announced a plan this week to build 250 digital community centers throughout the country.
Telecommunications managers gather to share ideas and discuss information sharing.
The event, in its fifth year, brought together government officials from around the world.
A scholarly consideration of the electronic future.
Speakers stress the importance of cooperation between jurisdictions.
E-Government leaders look at the post-September world.
The Center for Digital Government surveys the 50 states to reveal whos getting the most out of technology in digital democracy and management and administration.