Recently, we looked at a few U.S. cities that are on the forefront of eGovernment innovation. These award-winning digital governments, including Los Angeles, Durham and Virginia Beach, are innovating their governments to be more user-friendly and accessible for their constituents. What is eGovernment? eGovernment or egov (short for electronic government) is a trend that is being driven both internally by government entities looking to improve efficiency and costs and externally by citizens demanding the same level of digital access

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This post is the second in a blog series about the Student Life Cycle outlining why colleges should be adopting technology to better manage the entire student life cycle process; from applying and accepting to attending; to graduating to alumni giving and continuing education; and finally for some, to attend graduate school. If you are a freshman starting at Columbia University, University of Chicago or Yale University this fall, based on past data, there is about a 99% chance that

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This post is the first in a blog series about the Student Life Cycle outlining why colleges should be adopting technology to better manage the entire student life cycle process; from applying and accepting to attending; to graduating to alumni giving and continuing education; and finally for some, to attend graduate school. In 1989, a movie came out about the college application process called “How I Got Into College.” The movie featured scenes of the college admissions department sitting around

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