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State CIO wants to unify electronic government

As Wisconsin pushes ahead with its goal of extending electronic government and consolidating its behind-the-scenes information-technology infrastructure, questions remain about how such a massive undertaking can take place given the political realities.

The importance of sharing information and integrating systems has been clear for many years, argues State C......

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All of those hurdles must be overcome, he said. We no longer have the luxury of building or fortifying the walls that divide us.

One way the state DOA is trying to save money is by integrating hardware and software contracts. While it may be possible to achieve some savings by doing this, and by combining and r......

Full article >>> stice, is partnering with the DOA to create the most secure data and communications center in the state. The two departments are working together to make this concept of a highly secure, highly available data center available to other state agencies as needed.

I think the goal that Matt has stated to use IT to break down the barriers between the different silos is a good goal, Ace say......

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Rondy 10/04/04


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