Cover story

Energizing E-Government


Karen Evans, the newest e-government chief for the federal government, is a well respected civil servant who understands the importance of technology and leadership in the public sector.

Special Report / Modernizing Outdated Enterprise IT Infrastructure: What You Need to Know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 However, the robust enterprise IT infrastructure needed to support these new tools is often outdated or not easily scalable.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

Head of Their Class

Some prestigious universities offer classroom course work for CIOs in today's complex world of technology and politics.

Does Thinking Big Mean Big Brother?

It's becoming easier for public CIOs to create sophisticated new applications that merge and analyze data from different information silos. Unfortunately not everyone is happy with the results.

Plugged In

Is utility computing the next revolution in government IT?

Introduction

Looking for a Few Good CIOs

Looking for a Few Good CIOs

Best Practice

Quiet Revolution in the North

While many countries have loudly proclaimed they will use technology to transform government, Canada has quietly accomplished what others are still talking about.

Introduction

Governance.com: Democracy in the Information Age

Edited by Elaine Ciulla Kamarck, Joseph S. Nye Jr.

E-Government 2003

Edited by Mark A. Abramson and Therese L. Morin

Commentary

Nothing Like This Either

A Crisis of Confidence when Networks Falter