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Fifty-some channels and nothing on. Its a bleak scenario, and entirely avoidable.
Business continuity planning is helping agencies sustain mission-critical applications in the face of disaster.
Last summer, Gov. Scott McCallum signed the 2001-2003 Wisconsin budget. For the first time, it included the Department of Electronic Government. On Oct. 1, 2001, Rebecca Heidepriem assumed the role of the state's first cabinet-level CIO. A 19-year veteran
A scholarly consideration of the electronic future.
Experts suggest strengthen a community by mapping its assets, not its liabilities, but that may not be as easy as it sounds.
Virtually every state has an e-procurement project under way or a system in operation, but most are taking a cautious approach to implementing the technology.
Poor, urban communities are discovering the Internet can be a catalyst to social and economic growth.
GIS provides a foundation for an evacuation support system in South Carolina.
Federal and state courts are beginning to set policies for protecting personal information in electronic public records, but doing so is a delicate balancing act.
Jurisdictions use reverse 911 systems to alert public of potential dangers.
A content management system eases the task of disseminating information to workers at the Oregon Employment Department.
Santa Clara County, Calif.'s budget is getting easier to make and use.
Chipmaker AMD pushes procurement changes designed to challenge Intel's dominance.