Court Reporting: From Stenography to Technology
Will court reporters evolve from stenographers to information managers, or be replaced by new technologies?
Community Oriented Policing
Community Oriented Policing programs have grown rapidly across the country. Here's how some jurisdictions are using technology to make their COP programs more effective.
GPS on Mountain Bikes
This spring's Networld+Interop show highlighted a barrage of new Internet-related products and services.
Windy City Builds a Better 911
By improving the city's communication and emergency response infrastructure, Chicago's new sophisticated 911 system aims to cut valuable seconds from emergency response times.
Justice & Technology
Technology Speeds Capital Appeals
Continued delays in hearing capital case appeals could increase the public's disdain for the courts. Information technology can help speed the process and earn renewed respect for the justice system.
Presentation Tools: The Vision Thing
The wide array of presentation tools currently on the market make it possible for anyone to put together an impressive exhibition.
Turning Fuzzy Ideas Into Reality
Government managers need the discipline, skills, tools and techniques of project management to successfully develop and deploy today's large, complex information systems.
A Successful GIS Project Model
Building a successful geographic information system means harnessing effective management techniques and organizational structures.
Australia Privatizes Emergency Center
Victoria, Australia, and Intergraph Corp. teamed up to form a state-of-the-art emergency communications center that's attracting attention from all over the world.
Maine Gov. Angus King
Gov. Angus King, an Independent elected to his first public office in 1994, has made some dramatic changes in state government over the past year. King brings an understanding of what information technology can do to improve state government, which he attributes to owning a business.