Here are a couple of good eGov sites that I recently discovered:
The Utah Technology Commission will be discussing how other states have evaluated their IT processes and infrastructure for reorganization, in particular Virginia. I guess that's a compliment on Virginia's efforts to centralize their IT operations. They have a portfolio management system in place to review and prioritize projects. Here is a public view of the projects currently in that portfolio. The Utah Technology Industry Council now has its own space on the web.
Governor Leavitt's EPA confirmation hearing is now scheduled for next Thursday at 9:00 am Eastern time. Fox News is calling Hillary Clinton's efforts to block the nomination a smokescreen.
The Utah Board of Regents has established its building priorities for the 2005 budget. They will be presented today to the State Building Board (which has a new website). Governor Leavitt continues to be excited about the Western Governors University which is part of a distance learning demonstration project coordinated by the Dept. of Education.
States involved in the Microsoft antitrust settlement have now set up a site where you can complain about any perceived violations of the final judgement.
By the way, here is the RSS feed to news items that appear on Utah.gov so that you can read them in your aggregator, along with a link to the headlines page.