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Mixing IT Up


Virginia's tech czar blends economic policies with IT reform.

Special Report / Modernizing Outdated Enterprise IT Infrastructure: What You Need to Know

Government agencies are developing interactive websites, launching social media programs and introducing mobile applications. However, the robust enterprise IT infrastructure needed to support these new tools is often outdated or not easily scalable. This Special Report introduces a framework for organizing infrastructure and examining the impact of faulty or aging infrastructure on the government enterprise.
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Features

Adoption Dilemma

The dark side of e-government isn't cost overruns, turf battles or integration issues; it's low adoption rates. Without customers, the public sector can't justify large investments in e-government for much longer.

When Less is More

Strapped for cash and pushed for further cost reductions, the public sector looks at sharing services in a whole new way.

Behind the Screen

Identity management offers government organizations a way to monitor the revolving doors of their computers and online portals.

Governing in the Age of Transparency

Don Tapscott, president of New Paradigm Learning Corp. and adjunct professor of management at the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, has been called one of the most influential media authorities since Marshall McLuhan.

Introducing Innovation

The New York City Housing Authority implemented a rigorous and disciplined project management approach to guide IT projects.

Three Tales from Texas

The former CIO of Texas recounts her experiences in the sometimes rough and tumble world of IT in the Lone Star State.