June 1995

EDI Cuts Paper

States and localities are beginning to expand the number of electronic data interchange applications.

How to Sign on the Digital Line

A key element of electronic commerce is creating a legal electronic signature.

Ontario Breaks New Ground in Customer Service

Service Ontario kiosks are just one example of how Ontario is planning to improve service to the citizen in the future.

Justice & Technology

Good Technology Assists Good Justice

When a state court wants to find out what the courtroom of the future looks like, they head for Williamsburg, Va.

Executive Briefing

Electronic Data Interchange: How to Begin

Traditionally praised for its ability to save paper, EDI is now being recognized for its ability to improve the entire transaction process. Here's how to get EDI started in your agency.





In the Spring, Thoughts Turn to Interoperability

Las Vegas played home to networking professionals from around the U.S. at NetWorld+Interop.

Geo Info

Scarborough GIS Opens Window to Digital World

A city geographic information system - designed to free up staff to do "real" GIS - turns out to be a productivity pearl.


Is Online Voting Around the Corner?

Humboldt County Clerk Lindsey McWilliams offers this intriguing view of how information technology will change the way voters will make decisions and cast ballots in the 2008 presidential election - and what counties and the state must do to accommodate demands for faster and more efficient service.



Telephone Tax Filing Hitting Stride in Massachusetts.

Product Focus

A Beginner's Guide to Modems

Communicating via computer and modem can still be frustrating and difficult. Here are some of the basics to help you connect.


Maryland "Cybraries" Offer Internet Browsing

Sailor is a new service that gives Maryland residents a chance to use the Internet.


New York State Senate Majority Leader Joseph L. Bruno

New York State Senate Majority Leader Joseph L. Bruno

Product News

Product News

Product News