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.
The DataMotion Platform provides a secure, cloud-based data delivery service that reduces the need for multiple security systems for different applications.
Police can use social networks to spot trends, counter threats and communicate with the public. But it also has potential pitfalls, law enforcement officers say.
State IT and health officials say 280,000 of the victims had their Social Security numbers stolen in the medical-records hack, which came from Eastern Europe.
The 10 teams competing in the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition this month are, in their own way, helping to develop a much-needed cybersecurity workforce.
An upcoming pilot program in New York City will test the feasibility of replacing pay phones with interactive information kiosks.
Feds, states and businesses are reporting a 1 percent or more reduction in energy costs by implementing energy efficient solutions in data centers, according to CDW-G's 2012 Energy Efficiency IT Report.
GreenUp DC is an interactive tool that lets users see existing green energy, stormwater reduction and energy conservation projects, and immediately calculate the potential benefits to their property.
The breach, apparently originating in Eastern Europe, took information on 181,604 Medicaid and CHIP recipients, including Social Security numbers for 25,000.
Getting the most out of consolidating a distributed, siloed IT environment requires management, fair deals and not being a bully.