2009 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers Government Technology's Top 25 public-sector innovators for 2009. Smartphones Boost Government Efficiency, Bring Security Risks Police officers use Blackberrys in Hawaii to access motor vehicle and criminal databases. signal-noise Stimulus Bill Proposals Include Broadband Networks and Other Information Technology (Opinion) Are shovel-ready infrastructure projects a higher priority than information technology? Security Active Directory Project Was a Key to Missouri Consolidation Consolidating e-mail 'communities' saves money and improves quality of life for Missouri state employees. Electronic Government California CIO Teri Takai: IT Consolidation Will Be 'Federated' CIO Teri Takai says California will consolidate data centers, e-mail and standardize state networks -- and save $1.5 billion. Mobile Browsing: Can Your iPhone Access State Portals? Government Technology grades state Web sites on their mobile-phone friendliness. Big Picture Coast Guard Cutter Clears Ice from Great Lakes Shipping Lanes Cutter Mackinaw uses advanced navigation and propulsion systems. On the Scene Texas CIO of the Year Chosen; Sacramento Gasification Plan Canceled Collin County's Caren Skipworth named top Texas CIO. Point of View Government Innovation: Now is the Time to Lead (Opinion) Doers, Dreamers and Drivers for 2009 pioneered new uses of technology in government. Product News New Products from Smartmatic, Alienware, Samsung, Solio Biometric scanner, notebook computer, touchscreen phone, solar hybrid charger. Wireless Remote Access Keeps Texas County Working Despite Hurricane Harris County government telework supports continuity of operations. Spectrum Web 2.0 Tools, Digital Memorials, and a Lego Inauguration Government Technology's monthly roundup of IT-related news and numbers. CIO Profile New York's myBenefits Lets Citizens Apply for Social Services Daniel Chan, CIO of the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance, discusses myBenefits social services Web portal.