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Content tagged with Open Government posted in April 2010
6 In 10 Americans Use Government Web Sites
News  |  4/28/2010  | 
The popularity of accessing government information online supports the mission of the Open Government Directive, research shows.
Oregon Public Schools Go Google
News  |  4/27/2010  | 
By moving to Google's cloud infrastructure, Oregon expects to save $1.5 million annually for e-mail alone.
Government Technologist: Can Cloud Computing Save San Jose?
Commentary  |  4/22/2010  | 
The city runs seven-year-old software on aging PCs, and its CIO says the setup feels too risky. He's evaluating cloud services as a better, but not necessarily cheaper, alternative.
Virginia Restructures Troubled Outsourcing Deal
News  |  4/8/2010  | 
The move is the latest in a busy three weeks for the state, which has also seen the firing and hiring of CIOs and a reorganization of the state IT department.
California CTO Resigns
News  |  4/6/2010  | 
P.K. Agarwal will become CEO of influential industry nonprofit TiE Global in May.


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