Chad Vander Veen
The challenges and rewards of implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) are exemplified in Portland, Ore.'s quest to replace decades-old technology.View Digital Issue View Past Issues
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Pasadena, Calif., expects to save $61,400 annually in reduced labor and fuel through the use of 52 specialized trash cans that automatically compact waste.
Utah county's health department promotes citizen fitness on YouTube, Facebook.
Nebraska also encourages citizen input with Facebook, Twitter.
Worker productivity could improve when based on actual results instead of time worked.
'Aging funk' among politicians and government agencies, as well as zombie programs, demand a good housecleaning.
Enterprise GIS makes more accurate maps available to citizens and city departments.
Recent FCC moves to regulate the Internet leaves Internet service providers wanting more control.
Officials concerned that unsolicited computers contained malware.
Advocates of higher minimum broadband speeds say the National Broadband Plan may not be fast enough for citizens.
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