Project Vote Smart is now offering access to a world of political information through the World Wide Web.
Georgia's Technology Jewels
By embracing new policy goals, pursuing public-private partnerships and committing adequate resources, Georgia has become a successful innovator in using technology to deliver vital public services.
Justice & Technology
Small Ohio Court Saves Big
The Gallia County, Ohio, Clerk of Courts Office took advantage of technology larger counties were using and found that just because they were smaller didn't mean they had to be left behind.
Tips from Those Who've Been There
Building your own network is a complicated process. Understanding other communities' experiences may help you determine whether or not a community network is right for you.
Government on the Web
Government indeed likes the Internet. But the question is, is government providing anything useful, or is it there for the thrill of it?
Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader
Long-time consumer advocate Ralph Nader needs no introduction. He has been leading public interest campaigns, including the Taxpayer Assets Project, which has worked to open public access to JURIS, a Department of Justice data service, and EDGAR, a Securities and Exchange Commission system. The following interview was conducted by Government Technology Features Editor Brian Miller.
Technology & Governance
National CIO? Congress Says No
Congress briefly considered creating a Chief Information Officer (CIO) to coordinate information technology for the entire federal government. This summer, however, the bill changed.