Stories by John Stein Monroe

Work Force Tops CIOs' Worries

Information technology staffing remains a top concern among government chief information officers, according to a recent survey. But that does not mean CIOs are ready to turn their work over to private contractors.

IRS Revving Up Online Efforts

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service is stepping up its campaign to move nearly every aspect of the tax return business online in the next several years.

DOJ Gives Go-Ahead to Arizona Online Voting

The U.S. Department of Justice has approved Arizona's plan to use Internet-based polling stations as part of its March 11 presidential primary election, but not without reservations.

IT Taking Bigger Role in Classrooms

Nationwide efforts to bring schools into the Information Age are gaining momentum, with governors pledging to bring computers to more classrooms this year and to ensure that students and teachers know how to use them.