The Connecticut Department of Information Technology has contracted with Boston-based CBE Technologies to provide personal computer services to state agencies, municipal governments, state-run colleges and universities, and non-profit agencies with state contracts.
Loudoun County, Va., has contracted with the Herndon, Va.-based Telework Consortium to create a teleworking network for county employees.
Fort Smith, Ark., has purchased request management and community development computer software from Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based GovPartner to improve the city’s response to citizen requests.
Guilford County, N.C., has purchased fleet management and maintenance software from St. Paul, Minn.-based Lawson.
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System has contracted with Reston, Va.-based Accenture to construct a Web site to service its customers.
Polk County, Fla., has contracted with Redwood Shores, Calif.-based Oracle and Naperville, Ill.-based AST to automate the county’s business services, such as financial management, human resources and payroll.
Georgia has contracted with Pasadena, Calif.-based eCivis to provide access to an online grants database for use by all municipalities in the state.