Consolidation and other cost-cutting moves continued throughout 2005, but technology also returned to the political stage as a potentially transformative force. Here's our look back at the events that shaped 2005.View Past Issues
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The University of Missouri and Washington University help St. Louis nonprofits find board members through a matchmaking Web site.
Recent technology conference shows courts how to be more efficient today and provides glimpses of possible tomorrows.
Can municipal wireless networks solve economic development challenges for rural communities?
Using auditing software, the Comptroller of Maryland discovers millions in liquor retailers' unpaid taxes.
FEMA looks to local communities to help update its floodplain maps.
By tracking New York City residents with diabetes, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene hopes to combat the disease.
Chicago Police Department hopes to curb gun violence with smart technology.
Lexar's LockTight CompactFlash locks down images on a Nikon D2X digital camera.
MPC Computers, GTCO CalComp, FingerGear, Glacier Computer
Municipal wireless networks really heated up in 2005. Will they keep spreading in 2006?
Reviewing another year in the life of the public-sector IT community.
Adams County, Pa., finds a Web-based virtual private network makes it easier to satisfy demand from outside organizations for access to the county's network.