PAST ISSUES / October 2004

Outside In

Governments have long used outsourcing to shed certain functions, but jurisdictions now turn over entire business areas to the private sector.

Online Vigilantes

Are citizens' groups overstepping their bounds in trying to reduce crime?

State of the Counties

NACo's CTO and new president talk technology, homeland security and collaboration.



Government IT projects make headlines.

Geo Info


San Francisco's Bay Area Rapid Transit police force takes advantage of mapping technology to better share information.


E-Rate Inspection

School technology funding program gets a closer look.

Electronic Government

Unintended Consequences

To millions of workers, e-mail is as important as the air they breathe. To IT managers, it's just another word for problem.

Point of View

Stepping Into Quicksand

Stepping Into Quicksand

Product News

Product News

Logitech, HP, Intergraph Solutions Group


GT Spectrum

Reports from the IT horizon.

Tech Focus

Two Cents: Getac A770

Third time's a charm?

CIO Profile

Simone Marstiller

CIO, Florida


Policing the Police

Oakland, Calif., tackles police misconduct issues with database.

Local Government

Counties Take to E-Recording

Although problems persist, the number of counties digitally recording legal documents continues to rise.

DOT.Comm Delivers

City/county IT organization pays off for both jurisdictions.