PAST ISSUES / October 2007

Cerf on the Net

Predictions for the future from one of the fathers of the Internet.

Separation Anxiety

States and the federal government struggle with disconnecting credentials from the concept of identity.

Way Back Machine

Revisiting 20 years of Government Technology magazine

Education

Wednesday Afternoon Fever

Physical fitness in West Virginia schools gets groovy.

Geo Info

Rising to the Challenge

Do FEMA floodplain maps need better elevation data? And if they do, who will foot the bill?

Electronic Government

Parking Possibilities

New York City's high-tech garage could breathe new life into the U.S. automated parking industry.

Big Picture

Auto Pilot

Auto Pilot

Point of View

People Power

This column marks the end of Shane Peterson's tenure at Government Technology after more than eight years. We are grateful for his dedication and hard work, and wish him luck in his future endeavors.

Product News

Product News

Toshiba, Datalux, Xerox, Augmentix

Spectrum

Spectrum

Spectrum

Justice

Let's Roll

Mobile command center takes missing children's investigations into the community.

Letters to the Editor

Letters

Letters

The Last Mile

Free Me from Freeway Gridlock

Free Me from Freeway Gridlock