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United States U.S.: Texas Gets High Marks for Executive Order Transparency
Texas was one of six states to earn an "A" when it comes to making executive orders accessible to the public, according to a report by the Sunlight Foundation, a nonprofit that advocates for open government.
United States U.S.: Over Six Years, DISA Cuts Inventory of Large Data Centers from 18 to 10
In 2008, the Defense Information Systems Agency owned and operated 18 huge data processing centers around the world.
United States U.S.: Does the World Wide Web Really Need Websites?
Government transparency and engagement efforts often fall short, and the growing wave of mobility has some IT leaders rethinking how they deliver content online.
United States U.S.: Why California’s Department of Technology is Transforming Service Delivery
A new private cloud located at the state's data centers in Rancho Cordova and Vacaville offers hosted infrastructure, platform and storage services to state agencies.
United States U.S.: After 6 Years and $300M, Social Security IT Project Still Doesn’t Work
Just how troubled is the Social Security Administration information-technology project now under congressional scrutiny?
Canada Canada: When Technology Gets in the Way of Office Productivity
The Internet is both the joy and the curse of CIOs: The joy because the enterprise can do so much with it, and the curse because employees do so much with it — download porn, watch the World Cup, email family …
United States U.S.: Turning Big Data into Better Health Outcomes
Population health management is a multifaceted, many-layered endeavor that nevertheless has a common theme: the need for data and the ability to mine it for actionable information.
United States U.S.: Retired Feds on Career and Retirement
This week on For Your Benefit, our hosts Bob Leins and Tammy Flanagan are joined by Federal News Radio Senior Correspondent Mike Causey as they welcome special guests Betty Koger and Linda Force, who are retired federal employees.
United States U.S.: A $300 Million IT Flop
After six years of development at a cost of nearly $300 million, the Social Security Administration has decided to press "reset" on its project to improve a claim processing system after a recent report found it to be not up to the task.
United States U.S.: 'History May Be Repeating Itself' in Cyberspace
Ten years after issuing a damning report on the intelligence failures leading up to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the 9/11 Commission has warned of parallel U.S. vulnerabilities in cybersecurity.
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