Government Technology is the award-winning national magazine covering information technology's role in state and local governments.
Through in-depth coverage of IT case studies, emerging technologies, and the implications of digital technology on the policies and management of public sector
organizations, Government Technology chronicles the dynamics of governing in the information age. Managers, elected officials, CIOs and technology staff at all
levels of government gain IT news and event information from Government Technology magazine.
The first best-practice peer journal focused solely on the management issues, technology strategies, and political hurdles unique to the government C-level executive.
Written by renowned journalists, academics, and public-sector officials, Public CIO leads the conversation on issues and real-world experiences for this senior tier of government.
CIOs and intergovernmental IT experts utilize the Public CIO magazine and website to share perspectives
on policies, strategies and best practices to bring change-resistant organizations into the 21st Century.
The first "all-hazards" leadership publication to address the entire intergovernmental community of stakeholders with timely editorial insight and expertise to support
their mission-critical roles in joint operations and planning. Emergency Management delivers a unified forum to showcase solutions, address challenges, and share
best practices with those responsible for preparing, communicating, and cooperating to save lives. Police and fire departments, elected officials, emergency managers,
volunteer organizations, emergency medical services, and private-sector partners utilize the Emergency Management magazine and website to share lessons learned,
incorporate new business models and develop and deploy new solutions for responding to disaster scenarios.
GOVERNING in the states and localities provides intelligence and analysis on management, policy and politics to help guide and inspire innovative executives across state and local government. GOVERNING allows leaders from across geographic and institutional boundaries to share ideas, identify best practices and avoid pitfalls. Governors, mayors, legislators, local council members, program directors, agency heads, CIOs, policy advisers and other senior governmental officials depend on the publication for job-critical insight.
Launched by Government Technology and the Center for Digital Government in response to requests from cities and counties around the country, Digital Communities
is an integrated media platform for comprehensive local government IT best-practice. The Digital Communities magazine and portal are supported by a collaborative
network of local government leaders and private sector technology partners meeting the 21st century technology challenges of cities, counties and regions.
The Converge media platform is composed of the quarterly themed Converge Special Reports, Converge online and nationwide events.
Converge provides strategy and leadership for technology use in the K-12 and higher education market.
Public CIO and the Center for Digital Government bring you a compelling quarterly report series that zeros-in on the applied technologies that matter, particularly the potential game changers attracting a critical mass of adoption across the public sector. The reports are intended to explore not just what they are, but how they represent new platforms for innovation in government operations and public service delivery.