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Technology Insights for Leaders in State & Local Government
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Highlights
  • Mobile apps, social media, open data — IT leaders are helping their organizations tap tools that seek to bring government closer to citizens.
  • Despite the explosion in mobile apps within state and local government, many suggest that these initiatives have barely scratched the surface of what is possible.
  • Featured: Sonny Bhagowalia of Hawaii; Dick Clark of Montana; Herschel Cleveland of Arkansas; Consultant Steve Fletcher; John Glennon of Massachusetts; Chuck Robinson of Charlotte, N.C.; Kristin Russell of Colorado

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

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