PAST ISSUES / July 1999

Taking to the Streets

Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has revitalized New York City by reducing crime and welfare. Now he's getting tough on technology.

CIO Does It Still Mean "Career Is Over"

Several former CIOs urge governors to give their colleagues in state government more authority.

warp factor

Computing in government finance and human resource departments has been woefully obsolete. But enterprise resource planning solutions are changing the situation.

Education

Digital Factory Emphasizes Electronic Learning

A Web-based program at Stanford University motivates students while teaching them real-world business concepts.

Geo Info

Finding a Place on the Map

Students learn the value of GIS as a teaching tool.

Product News

Product News

Product News

Interview

Finance

Finance

Product Focus

Product Focus

LAND OF THE STORAGE HOME OF THE DATA, AS AGENCIES ACCUMULATE DATA, STORAGE BECOMES CRUCIAL.

Access

Is Too Much Information Dangerous?

Agencies argue that easily gotten data is a problem.

Notes from the Field

Taking Nothing for Granted

Taking Nothing for Granted

Last Bytes

Last Bytes

Spike What We Like

Snapshot

The GT National Technology SnapShot

The GT National Technology SnapShot

E-Commerce

Gary Lambert: Ripping Up the Old Procurement Contract

NASPO's new president is leading state procurement through its biggest change in a half-century.