Cathilea Robinett (Executive Vice President, Government Technology & Center for Digital Government) and Harry Herington (CEO, NIC) discuss how eGovernment is not only helping government be more efficient, but is truly changing lives — helping students find financial aid, keeping our kids safe, and protecting public safety officers.
Since 2002, we've dedicated the March issue of Government Technology to 25 people who cut through the public sector's infamous barriers to innovation - tight budgets, organizational inertia, politics as usual, etc. - to reshape government operations for the better. This year, we honor an eclectic group of individuals from government, academia and the private sector who share a willingness to challenge convention and find new answers to long-standing issues. Congratulations to our 2012 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers.Former Illinois CIO is improving technology and transparency in the country’s second most populous county.Former police investigator
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