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Health benefit exchanges are just part of what CIOs must take on in the near future.
Tight budgets push transparency to the back burner as demand for financial and legislative data grows.
Once known as “The Land of Opportunity,” Arkansas is revisiting its old nickname in embracing mobile-to-mobile video conferencing and bringing scheduling services in-house.
State agencies plan to work together to bring down regulatory hurdles and identify funding for a far-reaching broadband initiative.
Volunteers in Dubuque, Iowa, are monitoring electricity consumption along with their neighbors on a Web-based portal stored in an IBM cloud.
SeeClickFix improves neighborhoods in New Haven, Conn. — and could serve as a national 311 platform.
A new public records repository is increasing transparency in California’s capital city and making public information requests easier for city staff.
IlliniCloud cloud computing consortium lets school districts share data for less money.
Nancy Wyman talks about exchange's impact on Connecticut IT operations.
Maximizing government resources in a tough budget crisis.
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