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Who Are You? I Really Wanna Know: E-Authentication and its Privacy Implications

  • December 2004
  • Number of views: 3269
Who Are You? I Really Wanna Know: E-Authentication and its Privacy Implications
This brief explores the business drivers behind e-authentication and the privacy implications that states and others should consider in pursuing e-authentication efforts.

Enterprise Architecture Assessment Tour Report

  • October 2004
  • Number of views: 4061
Enterprise Architecture Assessment Tour Report
Enterprise Architecture Assessment Tour Report

Walking the Road to the Win-Win: NASCIO Procurement Subcommittee’s Recommendations on Liability Limitations for State IT Contracting

  • September 2004
  • Number of views: 4786
Walking the Road to the Win-Win: NASCIO Procurement Subcommittee’s Recommendations on Liability Limitations for State IT Contracting
These recommendations are intended to elucidate the various state and vendor interests that are involved in negotiating liability limitations and to help states and vendors negotiate better IT contract liability limitations that are “win-win” for both sides.

Think Before You Dig: The Privacy Implications of Data Mining & Aggregation

  • September 2004
  • Number of views: 3853
Think Before You Dig: The Privacy Implications of Data Mining & Aggregation
This brief examines the business benefits and privacy issues related to government’s use of data-mining technologies. It also takes a look at high-profile government data-mining programs and suggests ways to infuse privacy protections and transparency into government’s use of data-mining technologies.

Bowling for Broadband: The Role of the State CIO in Promoting High-Speed Internet Access

  • September 2004
  • Number of views: 2953
Bowling for Broadband: The Role of the State CIO in Promoting High-Speed Internet Access
Bowling for Broadband: The Role of the State CIO in Promoting High-Speed Internet Access

2004 Best Practices in the Use of Information Technology in State Government

  • September 2004
  • Number of views: 3469
2004 Best Practices in the Use of Information Technology in State Government
Released in honor of NASCIO's 2004 Best Practices in the Use of Information Technology in State Government Awards, this booklet contains summaries of eight innovative government programs in the areas of Communications Infrastructure, Digital Government, Enterprise Information Architecture, Innovative Use of Technology, Security and Business Continuity, and State IT Management Initiatives.

HAVA (the Help America Vote Act 2002)—A Briefing Paper

  • April 2004
  • Number of views: 5755
HAVA (the Help America Vote Act 2002)—A Briefing Paper
This briefing paper provides an overview of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) and explores its IT-related challenges as well as NASCIO’s role in helping states to implement the Act.

Wireless in the Workplace: A Guide for Government Enterprises

  • April 2004
  • Number of views: 4063
Wireless in the Workplace: A Guide for Government Enterprises
The use of wireless technology in our personal lives has become almost commonplace with the proliferation of cell phones, personal digital assistants and wireless PC modems. Our demand for anytime, anywhere communications and access to information is quickly spreading to the workplace. Wireless local area networks (WLANs) and Wi-Fi “hot spots” are sprouting up everywhere, yet many individuals and organizations fail to fully understand the security risks of this inherently open technology and expose their systems unnecessarily.

Information Privacy: A Spotlight on Key Issues

  • February 2004
  • Number of views: 3240
Information Privacy: A Spotlight on Key Issues
NASCIO is pleased to announce the release of its newest publication, Information Privacy: A Spotlight on Key Issues. This publication, produced by the Privacy committee, serves as a resource for states developing privacy policies that protect citizen information and are compliant with federal and state legal requirements. This publication highlights key issues in the following areas of privacy: Children’s Information, Drivers’ Information, Health Information, Financial Information, Education Information, Social Security Numbers, Homeland Security-Related Information, Website Privacy Policies, and Government Data Matching Activities and Agreements.

In addition, the publication includes state examples for many of these areas of information privacy, an overview of recent privacy events at the federal level and a glossary of privacy related terms.
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