The technology is part of “NY Responds,” the state’s newly integrated approach to disaster preparedness and response.
Government and industry are developing increasingly sophisticated tools to see beyond the smoke screen of fraudulent claims for medical payments.
A case study of open data processes in Seattle yielded seven ways cities can better manage risk when opening their data.
In a seven-state pilot, the Food and Nutrition Services is using predictive analytics to find and prevent fraud in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Emergency CallWorks gives Stafford County’s emergency services an interactive mapping system to speed response.
Ten public sector IT systems, including federal projects to expand digital services to users on global scale as well as local government apps designed to streamline citizens’ online experiences, were named winners of the 2015 GCN Awards for IT excellence.
Intellicheck is piloting its Law ID mobile device-based authentication solution with three different law enforcement agencies.
Agencies can now access GitHub Enterprise, the open source platform for code review, collaboration and project tracking through DLT Solutions’ government contracts.
Besides increasing transparency, checkbook websites can identify inefficiencies and reduce the amount of time spent by staff filling information requests.
By licensing its Radio Internet-Protocol Communications Module, the Department of Homeland Security hopes to help responder organizations easily and inexpensively upgrade their legacy communications systems.
The onTRAC system identifies achievement trends, tracks progress for students and provides a breakdown of critical data that teachers can use to create personalized learning plans.
Compared to industry sites, state legislature websites fall short in the web technologies that enhance user experience.
Maryland’s Frederick County installed mobile data terminals into 172 fire rescue vehicles that enable real-time data and reduce dispatch-generated voice radio traffic.
New York City's Department of Education will work with Amazon to create an ebook marketplace for the city’s 1,800 schools.
Researchers in Chicago have identified a host of risk factors that could lead to heath code violations and other analytics to help an overwhelmed food sanitation division inspect restaurants faster.