PAST ISSUES / October 2000

WASHINGTON MAKES A DIGITAL STATEMENT

Washington retained its title as the nations most technically advanced state, ranking first in the Digital State survey for the third year in a row.

WASHINGTON MAKES A DIGITAL STATEMENT

Washington retained its title as the nations most technically advanced state, ranking first in the Digital State survey for the third year in a row.

Landslide Victory

Both Al Gore and George W. Bush are strongly in favor of technology, electronic government and the Internet. But what happens when one of them becomes president?

Leader in the West

As Idahos Gov. Dirk Kempthorne works to make his state stronger, he is eager to take on his role as the new leader of the Western Governors Association.

GET SMART!

There are lots of third-party civic and voter participation sites out there. Its just a matter of finding out what they offer ... and if theyre worth visiting.

Fighting Keystone Crime

Pennsylvania criminals are feeling the heat as the state relies on technology to keep its streets safe.

Nuthin But Maps

The layers of information in existence at the city and county level of government are agencies to relinquish control of data to GIS utilities.

Mapping Government Essentials

GIS is proving to be a significant aspect in all levels of government. Earl Blumenauer is the biggest proponent of mapping Oregons governmental trails.

Raising Virginia

The Hampton Roads Information Technology Consortium has reduced costs while increasing service delivery and economic competitiveness.

Network on Wheels

With laptops as their compasses, officers in Marietta, Ga., use GIS and everything under the sun -- and the sun, too -- to promote a safe, electronic city.