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Content tagged with Open Government posted in August 2009
Northrop Months Late On Virginia Outsourcing
News  |  8/31/2009  | 
Contractor submits "corrective action plan" to state IT officials in bid to get deal back on track.
More States Ban Texting While Driving
News  |  8/27/2009  | 
Illinois and Missouri are the latest states to outlaw sending text messages or e-mails while operating a motor vehicle.
Graphic U.K. Video Targets Texting While Driving
News  |  8/26/2009  | 
The video shows happy texting-while-driving teens getting into a violent car crash.
Stimulus Funds Sought For Muni Wi-Fi
News  |  8/26/2009  | 
Champion Broadband has partnered with Monrovia, California to apply for $2.7 million to improve broadband penetration.
Defense Info Agency Open-Sources Its Web Apps
News  |  8/21/2009  | 
Working with the Open Source Software Institute, the U.S. military's IT agency hopes to create a model for open sourcing other government-developed software.
FairPoint Grilled By Regulators
News  |  8/11/2009  | 
Vermont is considering revoking FairPoint's license to run the landline and Internet assets it acquired from Verizon, given the volume of customer complaints.
Health Information Exchange Planned For D.C.'s Medicaid Patients
News  |  8/3/2009  | 
Data hub will let information follow transient patient population, cut costs and inefficiencies, and improve quality of care


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