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"Prior to installing the red light cameras, we ought to examine accident causality and the reason for overrepresentation [in red light running or accidents] and if nothing else works, which is unlikely, then let's talk about the red light cameras."
Citizens use cell phones to text-message crime tips to cops in Connecticut and Washington, D.C.
Florida Department of Children and Families uses voice recognition software to eliminate manual transcribing.
GIS maps help Cary, N.C., parks department create sports teams and schedule practices.
Indiana technology management changes include consolidating servers, networks, e-mail systems to reduce state budget deficit.
California uses wireless technology to tell commuters where to find parking in public transit lots.
As storage hardware costs drop, information management challenges grow.
Florida's Make It-Take It program prepares students for job market.
Desktop virtualization could improve end-user experience, reduce IT costs and reduce energy consumption, according to early adopters.
GovLoop helps government workers share ideas and explore opportunities.
Hollywood ceremony honors excellence in state and local Web portals.
Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station helps scientists study climate change, seismology and astronomy.
38-volume California Code of Regulations goes online.
Thermal mobile printer, cell phone, LED flashlight and cordless laser mouse news.
Privacy filter ideal for HIPAA compliance, professionals on the road.
But there is still a lot of good news out there.