Government Technology

Emily Montandon

Staff Writer/Copy Editor

Twitter: @dcommunities

Recent Articles

London Finds Surprising Uses for Parking Data
March 01, 2012 - The borough of Islington deploys business intelligence to bolster parking enforcement, then discovers more expansive functions.

Education Options
June 27, 2005 - Virtual schools offer a wider selection for students and families, and create questions for states.

Mobility and the Government Enterprise
May 12, 2005 - "We won't be able to attract these people with money. Security, pensions -- that will be part of it. But the other piece is going to be how they work and how they want to work"

Two Cents: A Laptop for Dummies
March 28, 2005 - Averatec's 3200 series notebook is so user-friendly, even the most technologically challenged can use it.

Localized Mobility
March 09, 2005 - Wireless voice over Internet protocol fills a niche in on-site mobility

Localized Mobility
March 04, 2005 - Wireless voice over Internet protocol fills a niche in on-site mobility.

Washington Wi-Fi
January 18, 2005 - Network allows law enforcement agencies to quickly pull information, such as mug shots and traffic reports, from other departments' records management systems in a cost-efficient manner.

Washington Wi-Fi
December 04, 2004 - Cash-strapped county puts together a 650-square-mile Wi-Fi network.

Two Cents: Getac A770
October 05, 2004 - Third time's a charm?

E-Rate Inspection
October 04, 2004 - School technology funding program gets a closer look.

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