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November elections also mean transformation in IT leadership.
LAPD opens sophisticated training suite that simulates critical incidents.
California and Sprint will team up to deploy system that aims to save lives and protect property by delivering warnings and safety information via text alerts to wireless phones in specified locations.
The Center for Digital Government's 2010 Best of the Web winners announced for state, county and city websites.
The development and deployment of a mobile version of Boston's website is set to influence how the city conducts business in the future.
One Virginia project makes accessing government information a matter of convenience.
How technology is transforming tomorrow’s workers.
Washington, D.C., CTO Bryan Sivak says strategy will address cost, availability and education challenges that typically face communitywide broadband projects.
State and local agencies seek ad space and sponsors to keep afloat financially.
Localities consider adopting Apple iPad for city council meetings.
Nashville is poised to implement a comprehensive security policy this fall, officials say.
Many employees now use their personal phones at work and are reimbursed for city-related calls.
Police to get higher priority for mobile communications traffic.
Touchscreen tablet, netbook, touchscreen smartphone.
The wireless Motormouse successfully merges form and function.
Workers still quitting jobs despite poor economy.