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Congress Prepares To Vote On Debt Ceiling Deal

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a final rule that tightens the restrictions on the export of cathode ray tubes (CRTs) for reclamation. While not directly impacting the export of spent lead acid batteries, the rule is significant because it reflects the federal government’s increasing awareness that the export of hazardous waste, including electronic waste… Keep reading →

The Interactive Media Awards™ (IMA) has named Hawaii Information Consortium (eHawaii.gov) as a Best in Class winner in the Government category for its work on Hawaii.gov, the official website of the Aloha State. The coveted award is the highest honor bestowed by IMA and it represents the very best in planning, execution and overall professionalism. In… Keep reading →

New York Hosts Major Technology Show

Kansas.gov has launched a redesigned version of the state’s official website. Developed at no cost to the state through a unique self-funded model, the new Kansas.gov site, http://www.Kansas.gov, benefits from a number of enhancements including a fresh look and feel, content reorganization, and integration of new technologies. “I am very pleased to offer this valuable… Keep reading →

Print Management in Government Offices Key to Savings and Compliance

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Automated Methods Increase Security and Reduce Total Cost of Ownership Federal agencies spend close to $1.5 billion annually on employee printing, equating to about 20 billion printed pages a year, according to an industry report.  These statistics alone justify a close look at how to better manage print budgets by automating the print environment.  In… Keep reading →

Notable Solutions announces it is at work in several Veterans’ Administration healthcare facilities across the U.S. including 11 medical centers in the northeast where its flagship solution, NSi™ AutoStore®, provides secure scanning of both administrative and patient records into a shared drive, as well as a secure print system. With access via a PIV card… Keep reading →

The Vermont Office of Child Support (OCS) has launched a new service that allows parents and employers to make child support payments online using credit or debit cards. The EZpay4kids.vt.gov website was developed in partnership with the Vermont Information Consortium, the State’s e-government partner. Available 24/7, this online service is both secure and convenient. People… Keep reading →

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) is pleased to announce the launch of a new, mobile-first design for Texas.gov, the State’s official website. This mobile-first approach offers users a seamless experience across a wide range of Internet-enabled devices – from mobile phones and tablets to traditional desktop or laptop computers. When Texas.gov is viewed… Keep reading →

The State of Maryland launched an updated design and innovative new features on the award-winning official State website, Maryland.gov (www.maryland.gov), that serves as the gateway for the 63 million visitors to Maryland state agency websites each year. Visitor analytics, leading industry trends, innovative new personalization features and mobility play key roles in the new fluid,… Keep reading →

With the promise of bringing ‘Your Government - Your Way,’ the State of Hawaii rolled out updates to its website, Hawaii.gov, and launched its newest service – my.hawaii.gov. The new tool is a one-stop shop allowing Hawai’i residents to completely customize how they interact online with the state on any device, anywhere, anytime – securely and… Keep reading →

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By US Department of Energy on April 30, 2014 at 5:00 PM The United States has long been known for building at a scale previously never achieved: Hoover Dam was the world’s largest dam when it was completed, Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) was the world’s tallest building for decades and the Library of Congress… Keep reading →

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