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The Michigan Department of Transportation worked its way out of a traffic jam with a mobile construction management application.
CIO, Tucson, Ariz.
The Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services discovered a valuable way to inform the public about an epidemic.
Business intelligence technology gives Albuquerque, N.M., finance staff a way to get what they want in a timely manner despite overwhelming amounts of data.
SmartLine Inc., Informative Graphics Corp., DigiGAN Inc., TOLIS Group Inc.
Iris recognition software transformed the Charlotte/Douglas International Airport's process of positively identifying airport personnel.
CIO, Clackamas County, Oregon
Stratus Technologies, Promicro, Toshiba America Information Systems Inc., Watchfire Corp.
CIO: Richard McKinney, Nashville
VoiceLogger, CORDA Technologies, Shavlik Technologies, IES Interactive Training
Karl Kaiser, Minneapolis, Minn.
The FDNY turned to BlackBerries to round out its communications arsenal.
Michael Armstrong, Des Moines, Iowa
Globalstar, VERITAS, ESEA, Logicube
PC Guardian; Array Networks; CyberResearch; Latis Networks
Director, Alameda County Information Technology Department
Arista Corp., Solutionary Inc., Recommind Inc., Promicro Systems, Avail Solutions
Brad Walden, Humboldt County's Information Services Manager
Micro Solutions Inc., GeoSpatial Experts, webMethods Inc., Premier Electronics
Jack Hupper, CIO, New York City Law Department
Fujitsu Components America, Asynchrony Solutions, Research in Motion, STORServer
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Cutting Edge Software Inc., FalconStor Software, Xybernaut Corp., ScanSoft Inc.
InFocus Corp.; DeLorme; NetSupport Inc.; Intel
Intermec Technologies, AG Neovo, Ositech Communications Inc., RemoteSite Technologies
Cook County, Ill.
Databeacon Inc., High Tower Software, D-Link, Intergraph
Arizona Department of Public Safety
CDC's use of mobile technology makes data collection faster and testing more accurate.
Pocketec, Polycom Inc., D-Link, Interlink Electronics Inc.
Missouri is helping citizens with disabilities to access the Internet. Will other states follow?
Multnomah County, Oregon
Pentax Technologies, Wacom Technology, IGo, Estari
Pam Ahrens, director, Idaho Department of Administration
Jesse Jones: Columbus, Ohio
Dennis P. Fecci