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Wisconsin to Get Serious about E-Government

A report card issued in November by a Washington, DC, think tank slammed Wisconsins efforts at implementing electronic government initiatives. But projects currently underway in Madison could raise that score, according to the states CIO, Matt Miszewski.

Miszewski, who works within the Department of Administration (DOA) after the De......

Full article >>> ing the assessment databases of municipalities. However, according to Miszewski, this integration likely wont immediately lead to a searchable assessment database like the one offered by the City of Milwaukee.

With the property tax information, there is a privacy angle we would have to pay attention to, ......

Full article >>> is the Leave No Child Behind Act. While this act, signed in January of 2002 by President George W. Bush, is causing concern among educators, it may be causing as much, if not more, concern among Department of Public Instruction (DPI) professionals charged with tracking and reporting the complex test results required by the act.

Jean Whitcomb, an educational data consultant with DPI who pr......

Full article >>> board, the requirements of the act are problematic in particular for Wisconsin.

Wisconsin is one of seven states that has on-site registration, Kennedy said. Implementing this to a centralized list will be quite a challenge.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Charles Rathmann 11/24/03


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