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Converting paper documents to digital is making a comeback.
Winners of the 2005 Digital Counties Survey stress easy access to online services.
Mesh network helps high-school administrators clamp down on violence and vandalism.
Arizona tracks Western Union wire transfers to thwart immigrant smugglers.
Illinois plans GIS to safeguard against attacks or respond to disease outbreaks.
The University of North Carolina launches a certification program to groom CIOs for success in city and county government.
Grass-roots combination of GIS and Google improves access to Chicago crime information.
A telemedicine system in Rochester, N.Y., day-care centers works so well that local schools want to add the equipment to their facilities.
New York offers online access to data about city contractors and lobbyists. How far does this really go toward ending corruption in campaign finance?
Great in the rain -- but can it swim?
It may be the only real choice IT owns.
Information Technology Director, Data Processing Department, Delaware County, Ohio