The legislature has passed a law that makes it nearly impossible for cities to offer services.
Telecom companies get money to expand broadband Internet access in rural areas.
California -- in cooperation with national efforts led by NIST -- has developed the country's first set of standards for handling sensitive information generated by new Smart Grid energy distribution technology.
A multi-jurisdictional police forensics team is using two secondhand 3-D scanners to build models of crash and crime scenes.
A new mobility management platform will allow West Virginia employees to secure personal data on their state-provided smart phones.
West Virginia must work out some legal problems before people can use their personal devices at work.
The ICE-state illegal immigrant reporting program requires digital electronic scanners that cost $40,000 to $50,000 each.
The transportation system is under attack after officials shut down mobile phone service last week to disrupt a protest.
NASCIO has selected 30 state IT initiatives in 10 categories as finalists for its 2011 Recognition Awards for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Information Technology in State Government.
The city forms a new unit to track social media sites, where criminals have been known to announce crimes or brag about them afterward.
A Virginia pilot project looks to empower drivers with the information they need to decide whether to stay the course or bail out to side streets because of traffic logjams.
The Homeland Security Department is moving forward with plans for another emergency response test, this time in the Northeast.
Americans are using e-mail and searching online more than ever. In fact, about 61 percent of online adults use both on an average day.
An analysis of 10G of data apparently stolen from local U.S. law enforcement agencies found that hackers obtained and exposed names, addresses, Social Security numbers and more for thousands of individuals.
A geospatial framework emerges for emergency response coordination among federal, state and local governments.