Integrated Justice: The Burden of Proof
In the first of a three-part series on integrated justice, Government Technology examines why technology has failed to integrate our judicial institutions.
The New Model It's Now About People
Economic development used to be about industry, infrastructure and material resources. In the global Information Age, it's about attracting the human kind of resources.
Enterprise systems can provide comprehensive agencywide improvements in functionality and efficiency while stomping the millennium bug.
Peace of Mind -- Finally
It makes your palms sweat. Your knees quake. It ruins your digestion. Now, you'll never again have to worry about your hard disk crashing.
An Interview With Italy's CIO GUIDO M. REY
Guido M. Rey is president of AIPA (Autorita per L'informatica nell' Amministrazione Pubblica) -- in effect, the CIO of the government of Italy, a country with a population of about 60 million. AIPA promotes, coordinates, plans and controls the development of information systems within the government's central organizations and agencies, and is responsible for their standardization, connection and integration. A key part of that effort is the Unified Network, which will eventually connect every government office, at every level, in Italy. He was interviewed in Italian by International and Products Editor Kaveh Ghaemian. The Italian text can be found on Government Technology's Web site in the International section.
Can a National ID Tell Us Who We Are?
Whether there is a need is also a question.
The Privileged Few
When the courts consistently sided against President Clinton's claims of privilege during the Starr investigation, they ran contrary to past rulings.
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