All 50 states are now online with stimulus act Web sites, but they vary in quality and usefulness.
Organizations use knowledge-retention programs to capture workplace wisdom and provide mechanisms for sharing expertise learned from retiring workers.
Companies introduce software as a service for communications between fire, police and emergency agencies.
Cybersecurity, climate change and other complex challenges require a new kind of thinking, two consultants say
Many states are now releasing tax-break tallies, according to a new report.
Grant-making agencies must cover the costs to strengthen the governmentwide grants portal to accommodate the crush of stimulus funds applications.
The Homeland Security Department announces $970 million in state and local grants that include funding for IT items such as port identification cards, truck-tracking systems and the Real ID Act.
The FCC will take a year to produce a national broadband strategy, but that should not be a problem for stimulus broadband grants, according to one expert.
Private sector executives recommend a single leader at the White House level to align the government's cybersecurity efforts.
Web-based applications for soliciting ideas from workers and the public are only as useful and successful as you make them.
Despite the public sector’s reputation as an innovation laggard, there are some government outfits that find that life on the leading edge of technology adoption is the place to be. Their willingness to find and use the latest solutions or existing tools in new ways can give them a jump on delivering benefits to employees and citizens.
States are trying to figure out how to manage the huge influx of stimulus funds.