an early

alert system to identify employer human

resource needs.

New Jersey Department of Labor developed a PC-based

resume listing service.

New Jersey Department of Human Services is examining

present and emerging technologies as part of

an initiative to improve service delivery and

workforce productivity.

New Jersey Department of Human Services developed a

computerized hotline to give parents 24-

hour easy access to information on child

support cases.

New York Department of Labor developed a system

that provides information to the public,

including job openings and labor market

information using a touch-screen

multimedia PC.

New York Comptroller's Office developed a PC Bulletin

Board System to assist local governments in

improving their financial management

practices.

New York Center for Technology in Government is a

statewide initiative to improve government

operations and public services through

innovative applications of information

technology.

New York Division of Human Rights developed an

imaging/OCR system to scan case decisions

into a central data base.

North Carolina Developing the North Carolina Information

Highway - one of the world's fastest wide-

area, multi-media communication networks,

offering tremendous opportunity for

economic development.

North Dakota Department of Economic Development and

Finance implemented an electronic mail

communication system available to all

economic development professionals in

North Dakota.

North Dakota In partnership with the U.S. Department of

Agriculture, designed an advanced

agricultural weather information delivery

system.

Oklahoma Department of Human Services designed a

satellite training network to provide live

interactive training to staff in their local

offices.

Oklahoma Forty state agencies are inputting claims into

the state's Integrated Central System on a

daily basis from their remote sites using PCs

and modems.

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance

Abuse Services uses a PC-based local

network to give users quick access to

information.

Oklahoma Procuring an EBT system for Food Stamps

and AFDC payments.

Oregon Developed a computerized bidding process

through which electronic bulletin board

vendors can register, download RFPs, and

obtain information on past awards.

Oregon Department of Employment developing a

variety of interactive telecommunication

initiatives to allow state employees to work in

their homes.

Pennsylvania Department of Justice implemented a central

judicial automated repository involving the

networking of the state's 538 district courts

to a standardized judicial processing

database.

Pennsylvania State Police Laboratory Division is

implementing a fully automated system to

better manage the 35,000 cases processed

annually.

Pennsylvania Initiated a project to allow industry to

submit their hazardous waste manifest data

electronically.

Pennsylvania Bureau of Purchases developed a system to

automate state purchases and allow state

agencies to electronically submit their

requests.

Puerto Rico Planning Board developed a geographic

information system to provide better

planning information to state decision

makers.

Rhode Island Department of State Library Services

created the Library of Rhode Island to

provide online access to state, federal and

local government information.

South Carolina Department of Revenue led the

implementation of several nationwide

electronic filing programs for corporate and

individual state income tax returns.

South Carolina Department of Revenue began issuing

digitized driver's licenses at all 68 motor

vehicle branches.

South Carolina Department of Social Services developing an

electronic benefits transfer program using

online debit cards to replace food stamp

coupons.

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