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Elaine Pittman

Elaine Pittman

Managing Editor

Managing Editor Elaine Pittman has nearly a decade of experience in writing and editing, having started her career with The Coloradoan daily newspaper in Fort Collins, Colo. Elaine joined Government Technology in 2008 as a copy editor. She can be reached via email and @elainerpittman on Twitter.

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Recent Articles

Spectrum: Driverless Cars Take the Racetrack, MIT Media Lab Turns Foot Movements into Smartphone Commands
February 02, 2016 - Plus, North Carolina State University researchers developed a device that tracks and shares guide dogs' health-related data with their blind owners, and researchers in France have created rechargeable batteries using sodium ions.

2016 State of the State Addresses: Does Technology Matter?
January 30, 2016 - Government Technology's editorial team analyzes this year's speeches to see which governors are talking tech.

Spectrum: London Underground Tests Regenerative Braking Tech, Wayback Machine Gets Searchable in 2017
December 17, 2015 - Plus, NYC teenagers create Live Time Closed Captioning system to help deaf individuals engage in naturally flowing conversations.

Year in Review 2015: Smart, Digital Cities Reign Supreme
December 04, 2015 - In the fourth quarter of 2015, San Francisco announced the biggest Internet of Things project in the U.S. to date, the most digital cities in the nation were named and the FAA announced that it will require drone owners to register devices with aviation authorities.

Year in Review 2015: Hefty IT Investments; Fighting (and Succumbing to) Cyber Threats
December 03, 2015 - From smart city investments and use of Bitcoin technology in government to the Ashley Madison and U.S. Office of Personnel Management hacks, news during the third quarter of 2015 didn't disappoint.

2015 Digital Cities: Winners Experiment with Forward-Thinking Tech Projects
November 02, 2015 - This year's top digital cities have developed a mature infrastructure that lets city leaders experiment with technology projects that are molded in the image of the average citizen's lifestyle.

State CIOs: Meet the Class of 2015
August 28, 2015 - A dozen states appointed new CIOs this year and in late 2014 -- here's a look who they are and how they're settling in.

Arkansas' Mark Myers: A Nontraditional CIO
August 25, 2015 - Myers is putting his military and government backgrounds to use as the state's IT leader.

Delaware CIO James Collins on Thinking Like a Customer
August 21, 2015 - Coming from the customer side of the state's IT agency gives Collins a unique view of its role.

Pennsylvania's CIO Brings Private-Sector Perspective
August 20, 2015 - John MacMillan's work on both sides of the aisle allows him to harness public- and private-sector experience while leading IT for the state.

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