CIO Leadership Task Force provides a unique forum for Chief Information Officers from the
largest cities and counties in the U.S. to privately interact, both through an online
collaboration site and in regular face-to-face meetings. It offers these leaders an on-going
opportunity to share information and experiences, and to discussing IT challenges facing larger
The Digital Infrastructure Task Force is a collaborative networking group for government IT
professionals. Through timely exchange of information and experiences, both online and through
regular face to face meetings, municipal and regional government members help each other to
make smarter technology decisions for their communities.
The Law Enforcement Task Force is a collaborative networking group for local law enforcement
officials from across the nation. In online and regular face to face meetings, both sworn and
civilian law enforcement officials come here to discuss technology trends, collaboration and
information sharing opportunities within the local law enforcement community.
November 20, 2008 - Though municipal CIOs and public safety leaders have applauded the fundamental idea of setting aside a band for interoperable communications, many large cities and counties now feel that the current plan is fatally flawed.
July 02, 2008 - The policies set by the U.S. federal government on media ownership have tremendous impact on community media that traditionally has played an important role in fostering community awareness and involvement.
Digital Communities (DC) is e.Republic‘s local government program. The particular strength
of DC is its focus on encouraging collaboration and creating productive relationships between and
among cities, counties, regions and select private sector companies uniquely positioned to help
improve the delivery of public services.