Chad Vander Veen
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First responders and field staff use digital pen to transfer written notes to GIS maps.
Electronic logbook helps Arkansas authorities track purchases of ingredients to make methamphetamines.
Rogue administrator hijacks city network; experts tell how to maintain control of network resources.
Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications demonstrates its EOC on wheels.
Shifting funding priorities and focus on green technology investments could be some of the changes.
Alternative funding goes mainstream; public records go very public.
CIOs grapple with work force turnover, budget prioritization and collaborative applications.
California, Michigan, Maryland and Pennsylvania get new CIOs; South Carolina post remains vacant.
Innovative attempts to cut program costs and improve services draw attention from observers.
Measures target security, privacy, broadband availability and other technology issues.
Experts predict governments will focus on budget-friendly technology.
Data center consolidation and cooling changes cut energy consumption and save money.
By studying tax returns, an organization determined which state is the most generous in terms of charitable contributions.
GPS sensors help save elephants.
U.S. airmen play Santa Claus for the people of Micronesia.