Paulding County, Ga., gets good broadband connectivity over cellular service for its mobile command center, but it is considering satellite communications as a backup service.
Utah.gov has a new infrastructure that dynamically integrates data and information into a portal and delivers it in real time without the need for a Web content management system
CIOs describe what works with mobile application development at NASCIO's Mid-year Conference.
The department has a program to help develop technology for first responders, but matching the money with state and local agencies' requirements has proved difficult.
The National Preparedness Report from FEMA puts cybersecurity at the bottom of the readiness list, with fewer than half of states prepared to defend IT systems and networks.
Most states lack policies on online file storage usage, but CISOs say there is risk in uncontrolled use of these services.
In moving to a virtual data center, Madison County, Ind., found that security in a virtual world can be at least as good as in a physical environment.
Developer.data.gov is the latest in a growing list of communities designed to make practical use of the government's datasets.
The Texas County & District Retirement System is modernizing legacy systems to efficiently administer employer benefit plans with improved workflow management tools.
IDC Government Insights' Smart City Framework can help officials define the key processes needed to provide better services.
The Government Cloud will include a multitenant, FISMA-compliant cloud infrastructure that will let federal, state and local agencies share apps.
This year's 10-school National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition featured red team attacks, orange team service demands and a couple of surprises.
BidSync has unveiled a complete management system for state and local government agencies that allows them to control every aspect of their procurement and purchasing activities via a software-as-a service portal.
Disks containing 315,000 patient records have gone missing from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, the second major U.S. medical information breach in as many weeks.
Highway safety groups' strategy, called Toward Zero Deaths, is ambitious, but data analytics combined with the "Four Es" make it possible.