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Digital video gives government tinseltown tools without blockbuster budgets.
Agencies at all levels of government are using enterprise resource planning applications to simplify a variety of activities.
As the number of sites lampooning teachers and schools grows, students find not everybody has a sense of humor. How far will schools go to stop students from expressing their views?
ERP leaves the back office and emerges as an economic development tool.
San Carlos, Calif., has had a lot of time to make its Web site among the best.
Montgomery County, Md.s Alisoun Moore
Maryland and Connecticut are proving full-fledged online procurement systems work. Will other states follow?
While the volume of electronic documents in government continues to grow, the need for document imaging remains strong.
Is there a happy ending for the millions of obsolete computers governments can no longer use? Recyclers think so.
GIS is helping emergency response teams in Fremont, Calif., prepare for rolling blackouts.
A new Web site helps police agencies clear cluttered evidence rooms.
Community networks can provide citizens with a wealth of information about the area around them -- as long as local governments dont get too involved.
Managers are using monitoring software to ensure employees stay on task at their computers. Does doing so improve productivity or inspire mistrust?