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We have all read the headlines from successful 'pay, chase, and recover' government initiatives such as the recent "Texas doctor charged in $375 million Medicare Scam." While the headlines are as attention-grabbing as the stories of seemingly upstanding citizens gone wrong, it’s the preventative measures that government agencies are undertaking that are newsworthy.

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Boston Was Burning: Smart City Social Media Challenges

By Ruthbea Yesner Clarke – 2 Comments

One of the triggers for cities to start researching Smart City solutions is if they have experienced a disaster of some sort, natural or otherwise. Political pressure resulting from these disasters can often provide just the spark needed to ignite movement towards smarter solutions.

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    Jason Bremner says:
    Having a IT plan that aligns to the strategy of the government is an important success factor based on digital transformation initiatives by Canadian governments. The City of Mississauga, Ontario adopted a Smart City Framework, which led to a Connected City initiative and a significant investment in IoT technologies and services. And the Province…
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    Thomas Ward says:
    FYI -

    Federal CIO says 'digitization of everything' will help enhance cybers
    Lessons for Govt Transformation (IT) collaboration / P3 vision -
    IT/Workforce Transformation of the USG
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