David Fletcher's Government and Technology Weblog : news & perspectives from a long-time egov advocate
Updated: 11/2/2004; 9:32:20 AM.



Thursday, October 14, 2004

Don Pearson, Publisher of Government Technology magazine, spoke this morning in SLC on the value of open source in government.  Although I had to step out a little early, it got me reinvigorated about implementing some new open source projects to address some ongoing issues that we have in my agency.

CMP has an online magazine called Government Enterprise.  They're still calling enterprise architecture a "new thing".

The Utah Department of Commerce demonstrated the initial rollout of the online controlled substance database today that will be available to practictioners.  It looks like a great tool.

Looks like Utah is among five states to take part in a $25 million grant to provide access to private medical records over a secure state network.  Here are more details from a Rhode Island TV station.

Listen to NPR's radio report expressing concerns about state government use of RFIDs.

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