David Fletcher's Government and Technology Weblog : news & perspectives from a long-time egov advocate
Updated: 5/3/2005; 7:40:03 AM.



Monday, April 18, 2005

Here's the latest announcement on Utah's new CIO.

Tao Gedas is publishing a new periodical on information technology in the public sector.  Here's the first issue.

Carlos Guadian is a leader in recognizing the global nature of the revolution that is occuring in the way governments conduct business and has made his k-government weblog available in English and Chinese in addition to other languages.

Government Technology has a long writeup on Utah's eREP system (enterprise system for elegibility determination).  They contrast Utah's approach using the CURAM framework with Pennsylvania's efforts to tie legacy systems together with web services.  New Zealand will soon be making a decision on its implementation of CURAM.

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