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More than 187,000 FSSA clients may have had personal details disclosed

By John Sittler TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – More than 187,000 Hoosiers who receive services from the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration may have had their personal information – including financial details – leaked to other clients, the agency announced Monday. As many as 4,000 of those clients may also have had their Social Security numbers […]

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Southern Indiana may get new phone numbers

Staff Report TheStatehouseFile.com   INDIANAPOLIS – Hoosiers in the 812 area code will have a chance to comment on a request to add a new area code to southern and south-central Indiana. The telecommunications industry has asked the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission – IURC – for a new area code for the southern portion of […]

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State awards technology grants to schools

Schools that won technology grants: Beech Grove City Schools Burris Laboratory School, Muncie Center Grove Community School Corporation Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation Danville Community School Corporation East Noble School Corporation Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Garrett-Keyser-Butler Community School District M S D Wabash County Schools Maconaquah School Corporation Madison Consolidated Schools North Adams Community Schools Northeastern […]

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Legislature’s iPad pilot program is successful so far

By Greg Margason The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – With just a few days left in this session of the General Assembly, a leader of a pilot program testing iPads as a way to save paper said he’s pleased with its progress so far. Senate Tax Chairman Brandt Hershman, R-Buck Creek, has spearheaded the program and […]

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Lawmakers will test iPads to save paper

By Zach Osowski The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – The General Assembly plans to launch a pilot program using iPads that could eventually lead lawmakers to save as much as 17 tons of paper in each of its annual sessions. The bipartisan Indiana Legislative Council – an administrative arm of the General Assembly – voted unanimously […]

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Indiana officials dabble in iPad trend

The Fort Wayne City Council is the most recent local government body to take steps to switch from paper documents to electronic ones using iPads.

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State goes interactive with QR codes

State government is jumping into the smart phone world, offering taxpayers scannable QR codes that drive them to websites with information about state parks, unclaimed property and even legislation.

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