Government Technology

Steve Towns

Steve Towns, Editor

Editor

Steve Towns is editor of Government Technology, and executive editor for e.Republic Inc., publisher of GOVERNING, Government TechnologyPublic CIO and Emergency Management magazines. He has more than 20 years of writing and editing experience at newspapers and magazines, including more than 15 years of covering technology in the state and local government market.

Twitter: @dcommunities

Recent Articles

Bigger Data and Smaller Dollars
January 14, 2015 - Dollars may be short, but data is everywhere.

Year in Review: Making Sense of 2014
December 17, 2014 - 2014 may not have been the year, but there are definitive signs that we're pointed in the right direction.

2014: Big Year for Wearables
December 17, 2014 - Plus, Howard County, Md., launches a CISO-in-Residence program and NIST releases version 1.0 of its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure.

2014: Big Year for Wearables
December 17, 2014 - Plus, Howard County, Md., launches a CISO-in-Residence program and NIST releases version 1.0 of its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure.

2014: Big Year for Wearables
December 17, 2014 - Plus, Howard County, Md., launches a CISO-in-Residence program and NIST releases version 1.0 of its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure.

2014: Big Year for Wearables
December 17, 2014 - Plus, Howard County, Md., launches a CISO-in-Residence program and NIST releases version 1.0 of its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure.

2014: Big Year for Wearables
December 17, 2014 - Plus, Howard County, Md., launches a CISO-in-Residence program and NIST releases version 1.0 of its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure.

Mixed Messages on Mobile
December 17, 2014 - Plus, wireless carriers face end-of-year FCC deadline, Los Angeles launches a $1 million innovation fund and a revamped app in Fairfax County, Va., gives citizens access to crime data.

Mixed Messages on Mobile
December 17, 2014 - Plus, wireless carriers face end-of-year FCC deadline, Los Angeles launches a $1 million innovation fund and a revamped app in Fairfax County, Va., gives citizens access to crime data.

Confronting Tech Developments Nimbly, Collaboratively and Head-On
December 04, 2014 - Cities can let potentially disruptive developments just happen to them, or they can embrace the change and figure out how to use it.

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