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Andy Opsahl

Andy Opsahl is a former writer and features editor for Government Technology magazine.

Hewlett-Packard delivers a hardy, secure notebook.
Analysts look at the state of competition for cloud business among Microsoft, Google and Amazon.
Features Editor Andy Opsahl is leaving Government Technology after nearly six years, but not before sharing some last words about lessons learned on the IT beat.
Open data programmers go to Washington, D.C., to promote their efforts and brainstorm potential collaborations with the White House.
The 2011 Digital Counties Survey winners include Palm Beach County, Fla.; Washoe County, Nev.; Pueblo County, Colo. and Nevada County, Calif.
Video: San Francisco app routes drivers directly to available parking as a strategy for reducing traffic congestion.
‘Machine-to-machine’ Internet communication enabled by microformatting will help citizens get more targeted information.
Government officials discuss the challenges of keeping social media accounts refreshed and their ongoing strategies for maintaining them.
Governments monitor TV coverage of their agencies from their desktops using a TV search engine called the SnapStream Server.
Mary Shamouel, CIO of the Santa Clara County, Calif., Social Services Agency, discusses streamlined evaluation process.