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Government employees make up the backbone of public service operations. Recruiting them, retaining them, paying them, providing benefits and managing the work force requires large-scale and secure systems.

What has been your experience with human resources software? Are present applications sufficient, or do they require costly modifications? And how far has your state progressed in integrating its human resources software?

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 next 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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