The program aims to improve technology access, skills and opportunities for District residents, teachers and students.
Voters living overseas from Florida, Virginia and California can now get absentee ballots via a secure Web portal powered by Microsoft's Azure cloud platform.
Phishing campaign targets city employees with e-mailed speeding tickets, similar to a nationwide campaign last year.
The court rules unanimously that police installing a GPS device on a suspect's vehicle constitutes a search and requires a warrant to be constitutional.
The failure of a network switch left Virginia's state police without access to law enforcement records for five hours Jan. 19, the AP reported.
The emergence of regional cloud hubs will turn agency cost centers into revenue centers and help local government buy cheaper cloud solutions, according to an IDC Government report.
The City College of San Francisco recently found a virus that had been taking banking and other data from students since 1999, proving a point about long-lived threats.
City aims to help fill the need for programmers, whether the students go to college or not.
The Montana Department of Justice recently reached a memorandum of understanding with the Datamaxx Group, which allows all Montana public safety agencies to use the Datamaxx Secure Cloud.
The State of Utah recently selected Google Apps for Government as its new e-mail and collaboration platform for all 22,000 state employees.
State governments will have safer access to YouTube thanks to an agreement they reached with the video-sharing site, according to the National Association of State Chief Information Officers.
Some of the most original mobile software development is often found in the ranks of local government, such as in Lincoln, Neb., and Corpus Christi, Texas.
New Hanover County, N.C., is expanding its municipal Wi-Fi network to 'Super Wi-Fi' using unlicensed space on the broadcast spectrum.
A new state-sponsored fund in Michigan is being set up to disburse money for collaborative state and local IT projects.
The new AustinTexas.gov website may have been nearly 10 years in the making, but it appears it was worth the wait.