March 2004

Government Technology magazine's Top 25: Doers, Dreamers and Drivers for 2004

Members of Government Technology's Top 25 for 2003 walked a tightrope. They implemented innovative ideas that improved citizen services and public safety -- and they did so with cost-effectiveness demanded by current budget realities.

Dixie Fix

The North Carolina Grid Initiative may be key in bolstering the Tarheel State's ravaged economy.


Resurrecting the Court

After massive flooding, Hyde County turned to satellite links and wireless networks to get its courthouse back in session.


Keeping Trak

New software helps Mississippi Department of Corrections run more smoothly with fewer employees.

Tech Focus

Two Cents

Dell Latitude X300


VoIP in the Crosshairs

Voice over Internet protocol has dodged state regulation so far, but several states have the emerging telecom technology in their sights.

Local Government

Prevention is the Best Medicine

Syndromic surveillance system helps New York City detect and respond to disease outbreaks more rapidly.

Point of View

Introducing Our Top 25

Introducing Our Top 25

Geo Info

Urban Renewal and GIS

Casper moves to redevelop a blighted area with the help of GIS.


Plan 9 for Outer Space

The Mars two-step and missed opportunities.



Government IT projects make headlines.


GT Spectrum

Reports from the IT horizon.

Product News

Product News

Socket Communications, Barracuda Networks, KVH Industries, NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display, iBiz Technology Corp.