The Country's Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers
These people are some of the hardest-working and most innovative individuals in the field of government technology.
Since 2002, Gov Tech has devoted the March issue to public-sector change agents — individuals and teams using technology to make government more effective, more efficient and friendlier to the citizens it serves. This year’s list is a diverse group of technology professionals, agency leaders, elected officials and others who are some of the hardest-working and most innovative individuals in the field.
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