The FBI is investigating unsolicited laptop computers sent to several governors’ offices.
State and local governments are projected to spend 4.6 percent more per year on health IT through 2014, according to Input Inc., a market research firm.
State CIOs can play a critical role in deployment of health IT, according to a new report.
Dashboards promise greater visibility into day-to-day agency operations, but poor data and lack of user involvement can spoil projects.
Recipients of stimulus funding have begun registering with a new federal Web site where they will submit reports on their spending.
Soo-Hoo gave a new face to NYPD's Crime Stopper program by developing a multimedia-enabled "Submit a Tip" Web site.
Mischel Kwon, director of the Homeland Security Department's operational cybersecurity team that handles cyber incident detection, warning and response activities for civilian agencies’ networks, has resigned. She will join RSA in early September.
The State Alliance for e-Health released guidance for helping state governments plan for health information exchanges.
Posnack played a wide range of roles behind the scenes — drafting policies and guidelines, advising top officials on privacy and security matters, and coordinating work with health IT stakeholders across the country.
Canadian officials reference projects in the United States for using Web 2.0 to achieve open government goals.
Thomas McNamara said the Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment should have budgetary authority and the ability to direct policy changes.
Policy changes and new technologies can help agencies better manage geospatial data.