Cindy Waxer is a journalist whose articles have appeared in publications including The Economist, Fortune Small Business, CNNMoney.com, CIO and Computerworld.
Major projects in state government can easily snowball in scope, schedule and budget.
Using a powerful combination of mobile apps and geospatial data, the California Technology Agency hopes to encourage families and businesses to relocate to the state.
CIOs reveal how their parents’ careers in public service influenced their professional choices.
Effective metrics help government agencies meet citizens’ expectations and justify spending.
Honest communication, friendly power lunches and the right IT folks can make or break a successful cross-sourcing arrangement.
Municipal governments in North Carolina ‘loan’ employees to one another rather than lay them off.
Facebook and other social networking sites help agencies interact with citizens but also present security threats.
California hopes its Tier III Federated Data Center will spur consolidation and savings.
As agencies adopt cloud computing and open source software, questions abound about how these hot technology trends are destined to intersect.