Steve Towns, Editor
From budget angst, CIO turnover and offshore outsourcing to technology's continued advance to sci-fi heights, 2004 gave us a little bit of everything. Here's Government Technology's revisit of the year gone by.View Past Issues
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Helicopter pilot defies death and initiates GIS mapping system.
Virginia Beach, Va., and Redmond, Wash., bookend the 2004 Digital Cities Survey.
Six New Hampshire school districts hope a universal database to track student performance will improve education.
The Virginia Department of Transportation turns its Right of Way and Utilities Management System into a revenue-generating product.
Massachusetts deploys the most comprehensive gun licensing and verification system in the country.
Montgomery County, Ohio's Office of Family and Children First enables courts, law enforcement agencies and social service providers to collaborate securely.
A consortium of cities works to improve economic development efforts in Washington.
Lightweight laptop packs plenty of features and a few quirks.
Aruba Wireless Networks, Novinit, Motion Computing, Lexmark
CIO, Metropolitan Court, Bernalillo County, N.M.
Measuring another year in the life of the public-sector IT community.