Privatizing Public Networks
Cities are generating revenue and offering improved telecommunications services through private partnerships.
States Progress Toward Digital Nation
Is there a way to balance the competing needs of access and privacy? Should the Social Security Administration try again to make some of their information available on the Web?
Shine Those Dress Slippers
There's more to telecommuting than just sitting around in your pajamas while you talk to your boss or clients on the phone.
Robert A. Mayer
Robert A. Mayer is the chief information officer for the state of Maine. He is responsible for statewide data-processing functions and telecommunications services. Previously, he managed information services for county government and the public-transit agency in Seattle.
Learning with Wolves
The interest and enthusiasm of Minnesota students help serve two very important purposes.
To Regulate or Not to Regulate
If the private sector doesn't protect the privacy interests of consumers, the federal government is threatening to step in and make it happen.
Computer Telephony's Time is Near
With improvements in IP technology and increased interest from consumers, computer telephony products and services appear poised for a big break into the mainstream market. What will that mean for state and local governments?
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