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WTN Interview with Governor Doyle

Editors Note: We recently had the opportunity to discuss the role of technology in state government to deliver more efficient information technology based services - internally and externally for constituents. The Governor also commented on programs to help entrepreneurs with investment funding and health insurance. He also shared his thoughts on the challenges government faces as it att......

Full article >>> both enhanced productivity and savings by modernizing our system and by making it more cohesive and responsive. So there's a lot of effort going into this effort (utilization of technology) in state government.

WTN: How does the modernization of the state IT system fit with your other initiatives?

Governor Doyle: I want to make sure in my real drive that Wisconsin......

Full article >>> nt level and that's better done in the current organization that we have established. The general direction needs to make sure that we are pulling a lot of these services together and making them much more consistent. I'm very much committed to that direction.

WTN: Why did you veto the motion that Senator(s) Kanavas and Welch put forth to streamline Wisconsin's government by the use of......

Full article >>> ened it and I'm afraid thats going to happen in Wisconsin also, but that's another story.) With the use of computer technology we were able to list the telephone numbers and put them on the Do-Not-Call lists. Before that, the technology really didn't permit us to have a Do-Not-Call list because there was no way for a telemarketer to know whether a number was off limits or not. So in many ways we h......

Full article >>> d bargain also on behalf of small businesses and farm families. The state wouldn't be paying the cost of that insurance, but it would be bringing its bargaining power on behalf of small businesses to the table. That's one initiative we have underway and we'd like to put together as big an insurance buying pool as we can. It isnt just new high tech businesses; it's true of someone running a small ......

Full article >>> le get up and get going where there isn't an intellectual property interest that someone is investing in.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 09/28/03


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