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The Best Government Tech of the Bush Years

Wired has a list of “smart ways different federal agencies started using technology during the last eight years. It’s not mind-blowing, but it’s not terrible.”

Examples of Agencies Using Online Content and Technology to Achieve Mission and Goals (UNOFFICIAL DRAFT, November 26, 2008. Sent to Wired Magazine.)

The Best Government Tech of the Bush Years, By Nicholas Thompson, Wired, January 23, 2009.

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