Center for Digital Government: Best Practices from Government Technology Magazine

The GGW-CPM is an open access, peer reviewed, multidisciplinary symposium issue, which is committed to expanding the base of public policy and public administration issues in general with an emphasis on local government. The journal and the CPM symposia issue are aimed at advancing the cause of robust intellectual conversations through informed research, analyses and commentaries.

Article 1: Advancing Government Services With Responsible Generative AI

Produced by: Center for Digital Government
Sponsored by: IBM

Pages 1 – 4

Article 2: Cloud strategies for Midsize Local Governments

Produced by: Center for Digital Government
Sponsored by: Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Pages 1 – 6

Article 3: Digitizing Disbursements: The Next Step in Modernizing Government Transactions

Produced by: Center for Digital Government
Sponsored by: Tyler Technologies

Pages 1 – 4

Article 4: Driving Community Growth

Produced by: Center for Digital Government
Sponsored by: Accela

Pages 1 – 4

Article 5: How Future-proof Authentication Tools Help Government Stay Ahead of Cybercriminals

Produced by: Government Technology
Sponsored by: Cisco Duo Security

Pages 1 – 4

Article 6: Improving Police Operations With Data

Produced by: Government Technology
Sponsored by: Accenture AWS Business group

Pages 1 – 4

Article 7: In Austin, the ‘Power of Three’ in the AWS Cloud

Produced by: Center for Digital Government
Sponsored by: Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Pages 1 – 2

Article 8: Smart Highways Reduce Congestion and Save Lives

Produced by: Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

Pages 1 – 5

Article 9: Using Managed Services to Overcome Modernization Hurdles

Produced by: Government Technology
Sponsored by: Spectrum Enterprise

Pages 1 – 9

Article 10: What Artificial Intelligence Can Do for Public Works and Transportation

Produced by: Center for Digital Government
Sponsored by: Egen

Pages 1 – 4

Dustin Haisler

Dustin Haisler

Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), Chief Innovation Officer (CINO), and Head of Product for e.Republic

Dustin Haisler is the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), Chief Innovation Officer (CINO), and Head of Product for e.Republic – the nation’s leading state and local government data, media, and research company – and the parent company of Government Technology, Governing, and the Center for Digital Government. Dustin also serves as an Eisenhower Fellow (2019 Zhi-Xing Program) and Program Faculty for the Texas State Certified Public Management Program (CPM).

Lloyd Harrington

Lloyd Harrington

Webmaster

Lloyd has been the webmaster for the Texas State University Certified Public Manager (CPM) program since 2011, the Good Governance Worldwide (GGW) website since it’s inception in 2012, and the CENTEX Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) beginning in 2023. Lloyd also designed and is webmaster for the William P. Hobby Center for Public Service at Texas State Univerisity website.

Sheriff F. Folarin

Dr. Sheriff F. Folarin

Professor of International Relations & Visiting
Scholar, Department of Political Science, Texas State University

Dr. Sheriff F. Folarin is a professor of international relations, with specialty in foreign policies and the soft power of African states.

Dr. Folarin has served as a professor of international relations at Covenant university in Nigeria, a visiting professor at Texas State University and at the University of Rwanda, where he teaches asynchronously and in-person.

Mostafa Jalal

Mostafa Jalal

Economic Development Division, City of San Marcos, Texas

Mostafa Jalal is a graduate research assistant and student in the Texas State University Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program. He is currently serving an internship with the Economic Development Division with the City of San Marcos, Texas.