Government health IT leaders say electronic health record systems can expand information sharing and help public health responders fight the spread Ebola and future viruses.
Data officials in Chicago built an automated extract transform load (ETL) framework to more quickly and easily open city data.
Building on four years of helping cities improve services, IBM's Smarter Cities Challenge invites local governments to apply for assistance from problem-solving teams.
Governments across the country are using a wide array of IT platforms to release financial information to the public.
The standalone IP device will help first responders communicate across multiple radio-frequency base stations.
Uber will provide Boston with trip data from its quarterly logs to help the city improve transportation practices.
The Department of Homeland Security’s National Emergency Communications Plan aims to allow first responders and public safety officials to better share information and enhance situational awareness.
The Department of Homeland Security has developed a bridging technology that enables public safety response teams to unite land mobile radio and broadband to help coordinate rescue and speed emergency response.
An automated multi-step identity authentication portal aims to cut down on fraud and waste by confirming the identity of clients at the time they are applying for benefits.
Riverside, Calif., upgrades its data storage infrastructure by migrating half a petabyte of data from its storage area networks and establishing fail-over arrays for disaster recovery.
APQC has released a set of standard language, formats and metrics that will help city governments manage and plan their work.
Municipal governments are crafting creative partnerships to get broadband into their communities.
Although some government agencies are opening data to adhere to mandates, many are working to make it useful.
North Carolina’s iCenter operates a laboratory where agencies, educational institutions, industry and citizens can perform technical evaluations, prototype testing and proofs-of-concept.
Plenario lets users assemble information from open data portals and analyze it via a single spatial and temporal index, making it possible to do complex analysis with one query.