The state's unemployment insurance benefits system uses a cloud-based application to automate time-consuming and error-prone tasks.
Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina tap Capgemini for a cloud-based UI system that will go live in 2016.
With the Haystax Public Safety Cloud, New York and New Jersey security officials can analyze real-time data to assess potential threats to America's biggest sports spectacle.
Tecore Networks expands its Raven platform with a 3G/4G network designed for the rapid deployment of voice, text and video communications.
Raleigh, N.C.’s Open Raleigh initiative is pursuing open data and open access projects in an effort to drive public interest and industry investment.
FCC's Connect America Fund received over $255 million to provide broadband access to homes and businesses in rural areas of 41 states.
The state's Department of Revenue plans to combat tax refund fraud with a new identity management system slated to debut this month.
Financial pressures and the drive to provide better citizen services have cities looking, and slowly moving, to the cloud. Here’s how to start the process.
Corrections facilities across the United States are turning to virtual-meetings tech to help eliminate the expense and logistics of managing in-person visits, reduce contraband and provision health care.
The Austin Police Department replaced its aging VHS video recording system with a faster, greener, more cost-effective digital system to document police activity on the streets.
Citizens can draft, edit and view the bill's history via a wiki set up by California Assemblyman Mike Gatto.
Infor Implementation Accelerators deliver templates via Web platforms and desktop customization for common government processes.
A combination of cloud computing and business analytics has helped the city of Montreal track the habits of individual public transit riders — and reward their loyalty.
Badge Buddy cuts down on officers' reliance on dispatchers for relaying of noncritical information, saving time, improving efficiency.
The D.C. government used analytics to transform a social media project from a one-way public relations effort into a community-based platform for listening to residents and collaborating on public-service improvements.