David Fletcher's Government and Technology Weblog : news & perspectives from a long-time egov advocate
Updated: 7/5/2005; 6:21:50 PM.



Friday, July 01, 2005

A couple of resources for interoperability and emergency response:

The Utah Policy Partnership website is now live. 

John Gotze reports on Denmarks new list of 20 key interoperability standards.  Our list will not look quite the same.  Our statewide assessment has identified all desktop and server products in use throughout the state.  This and other information we have compiled over the past 3 months (a vast amount of data) will give us a great baseline from which to update the enterprise architecture and standards.

Nebraska has a new state portal.

Carlos reports that the second edition of Infogedas is now available.  Tao does an excellent job of reporting on egovernment issues.

It looks like Oregon will be spending about $100 million for their new consolidated data center.

I signed up for AFCNet service today.  100 MB service on the city's fiber network for $37.95.

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