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Public Sector Edition
November 2009

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New Smart Cities Solutions Bring Efficiency and Transparency to Local Governments
Building on its ambitious Oracle iGovernment initiative for federal, state, and provincial governments launched late last year, Oracle is now offering Smart Cities solutions, which bring an integrated set of advanced public sector applications and supporting technologies to local governments.
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New Web Destination Aids Modernization Efforts in Social Services
Social services agencies now have a new resource to help them transition their IT systems from siloed, legacy applications to modern enterprisewide platforms.
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Agencies Learn How to Thrive in Tough Economic Times
Falling revenues, an aging workforce, and demands for new citizen services are creating a perfect storm of challenges for public sector agencies around the world. But agencies that use technology successfully are rising above these problems.
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BLOGSPHERE

Focus on User Experience
Oracle Usability Labs: A Day in the Life from the ORCLville Blog
"I guess I'm overdue in spilling the secret about where I spent my day on the Thursday before Oracle OpenWorld…that Thursday was spent on a "deep dive" inside Oracle's Usability Lab at Oracle HQ."
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It's Your Turn to Talk About Applications Usability
Oracle’s Applications User Experience team wants to hear from you. Is there something in the field of user experience that you would like to read about, such as usability testing, user interface design and development, or customer research? Would you like an update on a product from a user experience point of view?
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TECH DIVE

Learn More About Oracle Modernization
Oracle Modernization focuses on customer success by enabling business transformation through IT Modernization. Oracle offers a variety of modernization approaches that, alone or combined, provide optimal business solutions.
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EVENTS

Association of Government Accountants National Leadership Conference
February 18-19, 2010
Washington DC
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Alliance 2010
February 28-March 3, 2010
San Antonio, Texas
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