A recent report from the Texas Department of Information Resources offers tactics to reduce the state’s dependence on its legacy systems.
A recent review of Los Angeles Police Department’s early warning system found it had limited predictive capabilities.
The USDA is working to improve tools and tactics for anti-fraud detection, despite reports that error rates are dropping fast.
The $160 million initiative will upgrade the NYPD’s mobile platform, allowing the department to outfit up to 6,000 police cars with rugged tablets and provide 35,000 handheld devices for police officers.
The New York Energy Manager will provide real-time energy use and trending data for 3,000 state government buildings.
The city of Piqua, Ohio, took advantage of the need to replace an aging SCADA network by building enough bandwidth to serve city needs, with some left over to sell.
Winning apps in New York City’s Connected Intersections Challenge used wearable devices and smartphone sensors in effort to drive down traffic fatalities and injuries.
New World announced Aegis 11.2, a suite of emergency response software that will reflect greater integration with Esri’s GIS enterprise server technology.
iRobot announced a multi-robot tablet controller and the uPoint Robot Radio networking solution for first responders and defense forces.
The tech and health care communities are deploying e-record systems, open data and mapping tools, cloud computing and even robots in the campaign to prevent the spread of Ebola.
States are turning to inventory management tools to help provide the data they need to tax, regulate and finance new retail marijuana businesses.
By applying gaming elements to its websites, Hawaii has boosted citizens’ use of online services by as much as 20 percent.
The public sector IT community turns out to honor IT projects and leaders who showed exceptional creativity and determination in building systems that drove savings and performance in 2014.
These 10 projects were also selected by the GCN awards judges as deserving recognition for their performance and originality.
New mobile patient tracking software will improve healthcare situational awareness at disaster sites.