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A workforce crisis is looming as baby boomers prepare to retire. States are turning to succession planning to avoid major headaches.
Mark Forman has been handed the job of creating electronic government at the federal level, and the man who will be watching him is the President of the United States. Pressure? What pressure?
In June, the cracker group World of Hell hit five state government Web sites and one city government site. Government Technology asked them why, and found out its not about the information.
The Center for Digital Government surveys the 50 states to reveal whos getting the most out of technology in digital democracy and management and administration.
For some agencies its implement first, ask questions later.
Outsourcing your states network management is a complex and risky proposition. Given previous debacles, is it still worth consideration?
Videoconferencing is expanding its foothold behind prison doors as successful programs prove its public safety value.
Michigan is attempting to launch a cutting-edge cyber court to speed business cases through the legal system.
Desire is defeating tiny IT budgets as small jurisdictions lead their larger peers in developing and implementing technology.
Crime analysis, agency cooperation and centralized data aid in proactive enforcement of sex offender/predator statutes in Pinellas County, Fla.
Federal, state and local agencies will have their hands full during the 2002 Winter Olympics, but an Internet-based information system will allow them to respond to emergency situations as if they were part of one team.
The Miami-Dade Police Department is utilizing business intelligence software to streamline its data management system.
A new system is helping find and coordinate critical resources needed to combat wildfires.
Fairfax County, Va., turned to its residents to help design a Web site that could bridge the digital divide.
Janet Reno reveals her thoughts on the fight against Internet crime and the need for law enforcement to just work it out.
A national survey reveals the state of government participation on the Web.