PAST ISSUES / January 1998

Convicts Do Conferencing

Kinko's offers videoconfencing services to inmates and their attorneys, their families and the courts.By James Wolf Special to Government Technology

Freedman's Flash

Stop These Morons!

Stop These Morons!

Product News

Product News

Product News

Interview

Richard Rosecrance and the Virtual State

Richard Rosecrance is a professor of Political Science and the director of the Center for International Relations at the University of California, Los Angeles. Previously in the Policy Planning Council at the State Department, Rosecrance has had full professorships at Berkeley, Cornell as well as at UCLA. He is currently working on a book tentatively entitled Global Economic Transformation: The Rise of International Services and the Virtual State.

Intergovernmental

Can common concerns and Internet connectivity overcome tradition and turf in pursuit of intergovernmental solutions? Our panel of experts tackles the issues.

Richard Rosecrance and the Virtual State

Richard Rosecrance is a professor of Political Science and the director of the Center for International Relations at the University of California, Los Angeles. Previously in the Policy Planning Council at the State Department, Rosecrance has had full professorships at Berkeley, Cornell as well as at UCLA. He is currently working on a book tentatively entitled Global Economic Transformation: The Rise of International Services and the Virtual State.

Product Focus

Demystifying PC Hardware

Here's your chance to learn from someone else's mistakes -- for a change.

Access

The Irrational Side of E-Mail Policy

The Irrational Side of E-Mail Policy

Federal

The New Federalism -- More Sticks and Carrots for Welfare Reform

While state and local governments shoulder their increased responsibilities under welfare reform, the feds have not gone away.

Notes from the Field

Former U.S. Defense Secretary William Perry

"Policy and technology are linked

Snapshot

National Technology Snapshot

National Technology Snapshot

Column

Hazmat High

High school students learn GIS and help with emergency planning

Local Government

Nine Lives

Government agencies find the World Wide Web has breathed new life into legacy data, resulting in the development of some unique electronic services.