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Supreme Court rules that government employers can look at private messages on employer-owned equipment, as long as they have a legitimate reason to do so.
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The City of Manor, Texas, is deploying a pilot platform designed to deliver location-specific alerts to residents during a crisis and allow them to send information back to emergency responders via smart phones.
Web-based technologies on display at the Gov 2.0 Conference are helping governments across the globe serve citizens more effectively.
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A 10-year collaboration between IBM and the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has produced analytical tools to help with auditing returns and collecting delinquent taxes.
The N.Y. State Department of Taxation and Finance is enjoying big savings as a result of its work with IBM in creating tools to help automate audit and collection.
State and federal officials are using a program from the Homeland Security Department to share geospatial data about the oil spill in the Gulf Of Mexico.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration will make grants to help states set up and improve prescription monitoring programs for controlled substances.
The SSA's Inspector General knocks agency's process for choosing a location for its new $800M data center.