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Seven-year TexasOnline deal is expected to produce $183 million in revenue for state.
State and local government sites win accolades at Best of the Web awards ceremony in Hollywood, Calif.
The proposed PASS ID could be a suitable stand-in for the controversial bill, or it might be REAL ID-lite.
Medicare recipients can access their own health data in electronic medical records.
Government layoffs leave cities and counties without resources to capture ARRA funds.
Interoperable communications and statewide e-mail system also among Nebraska priorities.
Residents voted online or by phone to elect members of Honolulu's Neighborhood Boards.
SaaS and other Web services attract state and local governments, but some host their own private cloud services.
Washington, D.C., taps citizens for government applications using 311 call center database.
Get ready for a very public test of the federal government's transparency initiative.
All-in-one computer, GPS device, webcam, conference phone.