|This article relies on references to primary sources. (November 2009)|
|Categories||technology, government, thought leadership|
|First issue||January 1987|
Government Technology magazine is the flagship periodical of Folsom, California-based publishing company e.Republic Incorporated. The magazine aims to deliver editorial content to information technology professionals working in the public-sector, primarily in state and local government.
Established in 1987, Government Technology magazine is a considered a trade or business-to-business publication. Circulation, according to e.Republic, was 77,897 at the end of the 2008 fiscal year. Over the years the magazine has won 75 awards from various organizations that recognize excellence in business publications.
The magazine's motto is "Solutions for State and Local Government in the Information Age." According to the magazine's Web site, "Government Technology is the award-winning national magazine covering information technology's role in state and local governments. Through in-depth coverage of IT case studies, emerging technologies, and the implications of digital technology on the policies and management of public sector organizations, Government Technology chronicles the dynamics of governing in the information age. Managers, elected officials, CIOs and technology staff at all levels of government gain IT news and event information from Government Technology magazine."
Notable Figures Featured
- Deborah Bowen - Secretary of State of California
- Mark Hurd - Hewlett-Packard CEO
- Bill Ritter - Governor of Colorado
- Jack Dangermond - ESRI founder and president
- Vivek Kundra - Chief Information Officer of the United States
- Martin O'Malley - Governor of Maryland
- Steve Ballmer - Microsoft CEO 
- James Burke (science historian)