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Examining the value of a carefully constructed action plan.
Miami-Dade County, Fla., conducts foreclosure auctions online instead of at the courthouse, saving money and staff.
Developed from a public-private partnership, Georgia's Web-based statewide information system improves data sharing and produces real-time case records.
CIOs question whether government social networking posts on external sites should be archived, and if so, how it can be done.
Standardizing the IT purchasing process helps agencies get the most for their money.
Call center improves redundancy and simplifies retrieval of recordings.
Citizens can access state spending and map data on Open.alabama.gov.
DNA tracking database monitors the collection of arrestees' genetic material to identify who must provide DNA samples.
Virginia unifies IT security policies and infrastructure across five major areas.
E-book reader, all-in-one desktop PC, pocket camcorder.
Security trends for 2010, distracted drivers.
Libraries add video games, multimedia to stay relevant to tech-savvy residents.
More signal, less noise as Paul W. Taylor's monthly column signal:noise changes frequency.