Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Open Government

A New Utah editorial calls for more openess in Utah government, especially at the local level.

Provo is using computer monitoring systems to ensure that trains do not block intersections excessively.

The University of Utah Hospital is using SoftGrid to introduce efficiencies into desktop and applications management and support. I like what they're doing.

Federal Computer Week publishes another magazine called Government Health IT focused on this specific sector.

The University of Utah is using Tenfold software for its DIGIT lab. DIGIT stands for Digitally Integrated Geographic Information Technologies.

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