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Chad Vander Veen

Chad Vander Veen is a former contributing editor for Emergency Management magazine, and previously served as the editor of FutureStructure, and the associate editor of Government Technology and Public CIO magazines.

On this edition of FutureStructure Radio - our continuing conversation with Illinois CIO Hardik Bhatt and Munish Khetrapal of Cisco.
The building blocks of tomorrow are often the same as they were in the past - only now the materials themselves have become smarter.
The building blocks of tomorrow are often the same as they were in the past - only now the materials themselves have become smarter.
A new report highlights opportunities to improve water management in drought-stricken Western states.
A new report highlights opportunities to improve water management in drought-stricken western states.
Emerging technologies to transform cars and improve safety called "breathtaking."
Five Questions for Jerry Irvine, National Cyber Security Task Force member and CIO at Prescient Solutions.
Group is asking Governor to repay $500 million loan to the general fund.
Wireless carriers are quick to market their latest devices as 4G, but none deliver true 4G speed. Take a look at what's available now and where 4G is headed in the future.
Interactive GIS application helps public safety officials better manage resources and responses in an emergency.
Federal agencies can now tap the wisdom of crowds to generate solutions to pressing problems.
Problems with North Carolina's probation system prompts the state to create a dashboard to address issues.
The development and deployment of a mobile version of Boston's website is set to influence how the city conducts business in the future.
Mark Bengel talks about state's performance management and virtualization.
New CIO and former Virginia Delegate Sam Nixon on what went wrong with the state's battered IT outsourcing effort and how he hopes to right the course.
New Virginia CIO Sam Nixon faces a tough job fixing outsourcing deal with Northrop Grumman.
With billions invested in interoperability, why does it seem like agencies are still at square one?
How a city of 35,000 manages a quarter million visitors.
Revisiting 20 Years of Government Technology magazine
Have you ever visited, or even heard of, these Web sites: Flickr, Digg, IMDB, del.icio.us, Fark, Slashdot, Something Awful, YTMND, I-Mockery or Fazed? If not, you're neglecting the epicenter of the Internet-as-a-community phenomenon.
Online 3-D mapping tools combine with GIS to deliver better location information.
Obama, Clinton and McCain struggle to develop an effective online presence.
E-discovery and public records issues drive Washington state's centralized document management strategy.
Takai and former astronaut Sally Ride appear at California CIO Academy.
A nuclear attack on Washington, D.C., which would kill tens of thousands of Americans, is inevitable and will happen within 20 years. At least, that's according to a headline on The Drudge Report.
Miles per gallon and average annual fuel cost for selected 2008 cars and trucks.
By studying tax returns, an organization determined which state is the most generous in terms of charitable contributions.