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Recession makes counties take innovative steps.
From cross-department data sharing to software analytics to services integration, state and local agencies are making connections and using IT to improve the delivery of vital citizen services.
Problems with North Carolina's probation system prompts the state to create a dashboard to address issues.
National database seeks to link missing persons cases to unidentified decedents - solving cold cases and providing closure to loved ones.
In an unusual example of shared services, Fort Collins, Colo., will pay the Poudre School District to maintain and upgrade e-mail used by more than 1,800 city employees.
Edmonton CIO Chris Moore prepares to launch a virtual replica of the city for collaboration and training, to encourage tourism and economic development.
Trends among winners of the 2010 Center for Digital Government's Digital Counties Survey applicants show emphasis on practicality.
Mark Bengel talks about state's performance management and virtualization.
Electric car-charging stations come to San Jose.
IP network telephone, iPad vehicle mounts, notebook computer.