3.       When Our Systems Make Us Stupid
Edited from a speech given by Gopal Kapur of the Center for Project Management, this story was resurrected from the 1997 issue of Government Technology's Visions magazine.

4.       Raleigh, N.C., CIO Gail Roper Succeeds in a Field that Fewer Females Are Entering  
Gail Roper, CIO of Raleigh, N.C., writes about her experiences breaking into a male-dominated industry.

5.       Government Sites Post Social Security Numbers
According to a January report from The Washington Post, Social Security numbers of public citizens and government officials are available on government sites. 

6.       Ready for Digital TV?
Full-power TV broadcasters must switch from analog broadcasting to digital by Feb. 17, 2009.

7.       Web-Based Mapping Tools Help Governments Transform GIS into New Services

Online 3-D mapping tools combine with GIS to deliver better location information.

8.       Is Your Jurisdiction Prepared?  
Take the Emergency Management magazine survey.

9.       DHS Extends Real ID Deadline, but Funding and Privacy Questions Remain
 After nearly three years, the DHS released the final regulations for Real ID.

10.     Muni Wi-Fi Projects Struggle with Technology and Economic Challenges

Muni Wi-Fi projects struggle with technology and economic challenges.



Chad Vander Veen  | 

Chad Vander Veen is the former editor of FutureStructure.