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It's been a tough year financially for many state and local governments, with more than a few facing far-reaching cuts. Recently government officials have disclosed plans for tightening their information technology spending.

Has your agency had to make do with less funding than anticipated for systems projects? How has this affected your chief initiatives?

To share your thoughts and read those of your colleagues, go to www.gcnstateandlocal.com/state/index.html and click on the Readers Speak button along the left side of the home page.

We'll also print the most intriguing responses in the October issue of GCN/State & Local.

Readers whose comments appear in the publication will receive a GCN commuter mug and a coffee gift certificate.

So come on, tell us what you think.

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