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Applicants for broadband stimulus should have to complete broadband maps before receiving stimulus funding, two Congressmen say.
California CIO's Office releases project management rules and launches new transparency effort.
Government data security breaches include e-mail, Web site attachments.
Arizona Department of Transportation uses GIS data to place crossings and underpasses.
MassGangs database helps Massachusetts police departments share information on gang activity.
Department of Agriculture irrigates soil with broadband technology.
Electronic health records may boost smartphone use by doctors.
Mini notebook, laptop cart, desktop, smartphone.
Office of Management and Budget must still issue guidelines on tracking stimulus spending.
Bill Bryan also looks to boost unified communications and collaboration capabilities.
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