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IPads and other touchscreen tablets are already finding their way into local governments.
Do citizens — and governments — benefit from e-government services?
Photos from the annual gadget extravaganza show tablets, electric vehicles are poised to be hot products in 2011.
Government officials discuss the challenges of keeping social media accounts refreshed and their ongoing strategies for maintaining them.
Governments reduce costs by letting the public and private sectors compete for the same contracts.
Students at a rural Arkansas school district ride a wired bus that can play educational TV programs and is capable of student-teacher video conferencing.
California tries to prove its point digitally about the significance of incorporating technology into everyday life.
A NASA research center uses precise positioning and high-accuracy GIS to support operations and facilities management.
The Lower Manhattan Construction Command Center keeps the public informed about post-9/11 rebuilding through its website.
Oakland County, Mich., launches new Web portal version designed specifically for smartphone touchscreen navigation. Is Internet TV next?
The public can anonymously send text messages to report saltwater fishing violations on Alabama’s coast.
Fort Wayne, Ind., estimates it will save $2 million by giving recycling bins only to households that register for them online.
Three ways that our newly elected executives can use technology to achieve a leaner and more responsive government.
First YouTube movie, DARPA works on visual intelligence for the military.
Mobile keyboard, tablet computer, GPS locator.
Texas county CIO discusses new initiatives including enterprise technology.