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    High-Wire Act member content open

    By Parsi, Novid Seven years ago, government leaders in Alberta, Canada vowed to take a major step toward addressing the energy needs of the growing province. The resulting transmission line, the longest of its kind…

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    Virtual Count member content open

    By Parsi, Novid The United States government is about to embark on one of its highest-stakes IT projects ever—the nation's first digital census. Households will complete online surveys, and field workers will…

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    Rebuffering member content open

    By Cover, Lauren Well, that didn't go so well. After a few years of ballooning costs and missed deadlines, the Canadian government in July decided to reel in the scope of a major IT project to bring 1,500 separate…

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    The Brexit Effect member content open

    By Rockwood, Kate The countdown has begun: On 29 March 2017, the U.K. government triggered the formal process to leave the European Union (EU) within two years. Negotiations began in June, just weeks after an…

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    Restart To Finish member content open

    By Parsi, Novid The reboot needed a reboot. That's what the U.S. state of Wisconsin concluded after its first attempt to overhaul the government's antiquated and fractured IT system failed. With costs rising and…

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    Do Look Down member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen Here's a winning formula to take tourists to new heights: Build glass skywalks. Last year a burst of construction projects in China hoisted walkways alongside dramatic cliffs, atop skyscrapers and…

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    Mine sweepers member content open

    By Couch, Christina From tunnel collapses to fires, mining accidents are tragically frequent. But the cleanup projects that follow the end of mining operations, even if decades later, are proving to be fraught with…

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    Urban sensibility member content open

    By Swanson, Sandra A. Many of the world's cities are struggling to manage the basic services--water, power, transportation--they offer to its steadily growing populations. Oftentimes, cities lack the infrastructure…

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    Avoiding large-scale information system project failure member content open

    By Martinez, Erwin V. During the past 20 years, business and government have experienced their fair share of large-scale information systems projects. Unfortunately, however, large-scale projects are extremely difficult…

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