David Fletcher's Government and Technology Weblog : news & perspectives from a long-time egov advocate
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Monday, December 16, 2002
Commentary on Phil Windley's Resignation

Dave Politis, a popular columnist on information technology in the state of Utah offers his comments on Phil Windley's resignation.
5:10:49 PM    

Intelligent Transportation Systems and Highway Safety

The Department of Transportation is studying ways to improve its website and online service to customers.  One objective will to support highway safety. The US Dept. of Transportation has a website focused on how Intelligent Transportation Systems can contribute to public safety.  They will be releasing model procedures guide for highway incident management on the site sometime this month.  The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) has also put their strategic highway safety plan online.  The State homeland security team should be aware of AASHTO's recommendations on transportation security.

The Federal Highway Administration has created an online forum on transportation operations.

4:05:41 PM    
IT Tricks?

Quote from LaVarr Webb in yesterday's Deseret News:

Keep watching the state's IT operations. Leavitt has a few tricks up his sleeve.

1:13:17 PM    

The National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL) met last week in Washington DC.  They have formed a new committee on Communications, Technology, and Interstate Commerce.  They haven't posted any of the presentations yet, but I did find some interesting stuff from previous meetings (I assume that current conference materials will be posted here in the near future).  I guess many of the legislators are still focused on the "unfunded mandate" issue.  Marty Stephens is quoted in Government Technology saying, "Simply fund the mandate,  if [the federal government] doesn't have the money to fund these mandates, stop passing the program."

11:49:45 AM    

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