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 Technology,Public 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.

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Recent Articles

States Play Catch Up on Open Data
September 30, 2014 - Complexity has slowed statewide efforts, but CIOs are launching new initiatives.

Data Discussion Dominates NASCIO Day One
September 29, 2014 - State CIOs wrestle with big data, open data and overwhelming complexity.

Digital States Survey: Which States Are the Best of the Best?
September 29, 2014 - Idaho and Connecticut take home "most improved" honors in the 2014 Digital States Survey, while other states are singled out for technology success in specific program areas.

Public Workers and the Changing Nature of Work
August 14, 2014 - Governments and workers will need to plan for a more sophisticated workplace.

A Cloud-First, Mobile-First World
August 01, 2014 - State and local agencies are harnessing the cloud in new and creative ways.

Montana CIO Discusses BYOD, Security
July 22, 2014 - Ron Baldwin talks about securing employees' mobile devices in the workplace.

Which States and Cities Have Chief Data Officers?
June 13, 2014 - Ranks of government CDOs grow as agencies implement analytics.

CIOs Await E-Rate Changes
May 27, 2014 - The FCC plans to update the 20-year-old technology program for schools to streamline the application process and refocus on broadband.

Show Me the Money …
May 23, 2014 - An increase in government spending does not necessarily mean an increase in IT spending.

How Utah State Government Uses Wearable Tech
May 09, 2014 - Also, transforming procurement and learning from HIX are topics for NASCIO day two.

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