Government Technology

Todd Sander, Director of Digital Communities

Twitter: @dcommunities

Recent Articles

Redefining the Pace at Which Government Responds to Requests for Information
October 01, 2010 - Digital-age citizens expect almost-instant results.

Who's Your Hero? Consider Broadband (Opinion)
February 26, 2010 - Broadband promises to increase connectivity to communities.

Thoughtful Criticism of Government Is a Vital Part of the Democratic Process (Opinion)
December 04, 2009 - Rumors and disinformation shouldn't replace data, facts and well reasoned thoughts in political engagement.

Efforts to Balance Local Government Budgets May Lead to Shortchanged IT (Opinion)
September 04, 2009 - Local officials should still seek citizen feedback to strengthen government.

Government at La-Z-Boy Speed
July 23, 2008 - Our challenge now isn't finding enough information about a particular subject, but making sense of and qualitative judgments about the almost limitless variety of data and information that's available.

If It Was Up To Me
June 19, 2008 - The Digital Communities program has created and organized a community of peers and potential partners to help and advise those seeking to use technology to initiate change and improvement for their residents.

Community Governing
July 02, 2007 - Engaging communities more fully in the governing process requires shifting from a militaristic command and control top-down model to one of greater participatory management

Two Divergent Philosophies of Telcom
March 20, 2007 - Both sides of the telcom debate -- public and private deployment -- understand that the telecom infrastructure largely determines the success of today's communities. But the approach communities choose can effect the level of technology deployment, the time it takes to get it in place and the cost associated.

Two Divergent Philosophies of Telcom
March 20, 2007 - Both sides of the telcom debate -- public and private deployment -- understand that the telecom infrastructure largely determines the success of today's communities. But the approach communities choose can effect the level of technology deployment, the time it takes to get it in place and the cost associated.

Two Divergent Philosophies of Telcom
March 20, 2007 - Both sides of the telcom debate -- public and private deployment -- understand that the telecom infrastructure largely determines the success of today's communities. But the approach communities choose can effect the level of technology deployment, the time it takes to get it in place and the cost associated.

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