Reaping Global Rewards
Investing in e-government yields practical results worldwide.
As computing evolves, will the desktop OS become obsolete?
State of the Digital State
The Center for Digital Government surveys the 50 states to reveal whos getting the most out of technology in law enforcement and social services.
Playing for Keeps
For nearly 20 years, Oakland County, Mich., has had its own child-support enforcement system. Now the state wants the county to give it up.
Taking the Lead
Romanian officials recently spoke with U.S. businesses and government officials in an attempt to jump-start technology in the country.
eCop on the Beat
Wireless technology brings Sacramento County Sheriffs deputies closer to their communities.
A new content-management system is helping Denver manage its mountainous Web site.
Some say if government agencies dont develop and publish privacy policies, the public may lose confidence in e-government.
Mapping Mass Transit
An in-house experiment demonstrates the benefits of portal access to enterprise-wide mass transit data in California.
A GIS-based system helps a North Carolina school district match school needs with the volunteers and businesses to fill them.
Virginia and Wichita woo suppliers for new e-procurement systems.
By the Numbers
Michigan wants to keep its citizens Social Security numbers away from the federal government. Next stop -- the courthouse.