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With some new initiatives and cooperation, rural areas are leveling the high-tech playing field.
Federal and state sources will pump funds into communications interoperability, but money isn't the only factor in success.
Despite the economic slowdown, state and local governments are still struggling to find qualified IT workers.
GIS is helping employers and employees find each other in sprawling Los Angeles County.
An Internet-based payment system in Maine saves time and money while satisfying vendors' needs for disbursement information.
When Ohio's workforce system caused more headaches then it cured, the state had to face some harsh realities.
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When North Carolina's rural population needed help accessing the Internet, the state stepped in with much needed help.
Broad agency involvement helped Missouri gracefully survive the transition to one of the largest ERP systems around.