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As the National Association of State Chief Information Officers convene in San Diego, Calif., Government Technology is there to bring you the latest news from the annual event.
This year's winners are being recognized for their commitment to collaboration, automation and creating a culture of innovation.
As the National Association of State Chief Information Officers convenes in National Harbor, Md., Government Technology is there to bring you the latest news from the midyear event.
As the National Association of State Chief Information Officers convene in Baltimore, Md., Government Technology is there to bring you the latest news from the midyear event.
Find out which state governors are talking tech.
Our infographic highlights key takeaways about how cities across the country are using IT and what they see on the horizon.
This year's winners are focused on deploying technology where it makes the most impact for residents.
An interactive look at smart city projects across the country as covered by Government Technology.
Whether it's striving to be more like the public sector or creating a staff that's representative of its citizenry, government is working diligently to build and maintain a solid workforce.
Enticing millennials into the public sector isn't always easy, but someone's gotta do it.
Strategies for building the bench in government IT.
Winners of this year's Digital Counties Survey highlight the best examples of using IT to enhance public service.
Do perceptions about bureaucracy and civil service impact government's ability to recruit young tech talent?
To help populate its workforce with the next generation, government has some work to do — on its reputation.
GovTech talks to young people and CIOs for their perspective on what it's like to work in government.
We talked to young pros about whether they'd want to work in government, then gave that feedback to state CIOs. Here's what they had to say.
While the data from the previous year represents a look back at major trends of the year, it also paints a picture of where public-sector IT teams will be focused in the future.
There are many lessons to be learned from the 2016 Top 25 winners. Here are a few.
How cities with populations under 100,000 are using tech to provide creative and forward-looking services.
Check out a few key findings from the 2015 Best of the Web competition, as well as this year's Digital Cities and Digital Counties surveys.
The swearing in of 11 new governors contributed to numerous state CIO changes -- and the C suite continues to evolve as roles around data, privacy and innovation are found increasingly throughout the country.
The annual Digital Cities Survey offers telling insights into the state of technology in America's cities. See what’s trending this year and learn about local CIOs’ priorities.
The majority of citizens will probably visit their city or state's website at some point -- here's a quick look at who's doing it right.
Open since 2013, the facility has the people and tools to tackle a variety of tech issues affecting infrastructure, applications, network, voice and data functions.
Check out our recap of some of this year’s major career moves affecting state, local and federal government IT.
Your old contract language doesn’t work for the cloud; here’s how to fix it.
From e-procurement to advanced smart grids, this roundup of public-sector deployments offers a global look at technology-powered problem solving.
The smart city movement taking hold across the globe aims to ensure the long-term viability of these major population centers.
The center continues to add sustainable features as new technologies become available.
Use our interactive map to see how much — or how little — each governor focused on technology in their 2014 State of the State addresses.
A look at the tech trends that shaped 2013 and what they mean for the future.
Revisiting wireless Broadband to California farms; Chattanooga’s gigabit Internet service; Google Apps in Wyoming; Minnesota and St. Paul adopt Microsoft Office 365.
Revisiting shared unemployment insurance systems; New York City surveillance ‘dashboard’; NACo app store.
Revisiting Manor, Texas QR codes; shared unemployment insurance systems; Utah's state-hosted cloud.
Revisiting Wilmington, N.C.'s white space network products, Los Angeles Gmail contract, Bergen County, N.J., fingerprint identity program.
These five platforms are helping redefine civic engagement.
Which emerging technologies are worth investing in and which should CIOs steer clear of?
The responsibilities of state and local government aren’t always glamorous; in fact, sometimes they're downright dirty, difficult or dangerous. But here's a look at how tech is transforming some of government’s grittiest tasks.
First-hand accounts about how establishing partnerships, trusting and letting go, investing in people, and assessing situations have been instrumental to smart decision-making.
The way technology has shaped the way we work and live in 2012.