Past Issues of Government Technology

May 1997

Intranets -- The Big Connect

Intranets have become the focal point of government and industry networking strategy.

Transportation Takes the NEXTEA Plunge

NEXTEA, the National Economic Crossroads Transportation Efficiency Act, is ramping up for intelligent transportation.

Programs Ignite Interest in Technical Careers

No task is more important than preparing today's students to live and work in tomorrow's world.


Groupware Improves State Disaster Coordination

Someone is trapped on a roof and flood waters are rising. Response must be swift and correctly prioritized.

Geo Info

Satellites Help Track Offenders in Realtime

Florida and Pennsylvania use a GPS-based system for realtime offender tracking.

Justice & Technology

Groupware Appeals to Judges

Voting on appellate court motions -- once a paper-heavy process -- now runs on a customized groupware application.

Product News

Product News

Product News



Is the single-occupant vehicle doomed? Will tollbooths soon appear on our interstate highways? And what can state and local governments do to prepare?

Jeremy Rifkin

"There will never be enough jobs in the knowledge sector of America or any country to accommodate the millions and millions of people let go in the traditional industrial sectors, blue- and white-collar manufacturing and service." -- Jeremy Rifkin on information technology and the end of wage labor.

Product Focus

Product Focus: Groupware

Product Focus: Groupware



What policies are useful in determining the cost of access to government information?


"What-If" Reengineering

Considering business process reengineering and imaging? Business modeling software can test for risk and cost.

Notes from the Field

Notes From the Field

Notes From the Field


IT Expo

IT Expo demonstrates the best of California's systems.


National Technology Snapshot

A 50-state roundup of information technology news and events.