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Technology Insights for Leaders in State & Local Government
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Highlights
  • States keep focus on squeezing more services and efficiencies out of their IT infrastructures.
  • Duplicate systems and data silos continue to offer opportunities to improve services and reduce redundancies.
  • Featured: Sonny Bhagowalia of Hawaii, Consultant Steve Fletcher, Matt Payne of Delaware, Alex Pettit of Oklahoma, Kristin Russell of Colorado, Jim Sills of Delaware

For more coverage from the 2012 NASCIO Annual Conference in San Diego, check out our NASCIO Conference page.

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