The new federal organization has the daunting task of creating a first-of-its kind network with unprecedented geographic coverage and reliability for more than 60,000 federal, state, local and tribal agencies.
Cloud-based services let residents and city employees report problems; North Miami Beach wants to use that data to anticipate problems and allocate resources.
The rugged tablets, along with DRS Technologies' EVDO routers, will let crew establish two-way links from the scene of an emergency to a hospital.
Agile development tactics break projects into smaller chunks, let IT teams keep up with changes, and prevent “scope creep.”
Some agencies are tackling their records management problems by deciding not to digitize paper records.
DB Connect integrates structured data from relational databases with machine data, giving analyst better insights to make informed decision in real-time.
Group has developed a standard features set to use for fingerprint identification, and NIST now has the technical specs to make searches interoperable.
Humboldt County, Calif., streamlines its permitting process with Interneer BPM software, which features drag-and-drop management and public access for tracking applications.
The Aegis Secure Key, with a numeric keypad and 256-bit AES encryption, meets the standards for FIPS 140-2 Level 3.
Using a robotic LIDAR platform, Philadelphia captured building interiors with CAD, 3D and video models of the structures and their contents, even furniture.
Iowa has adopted Dwolla's real-time, fixed-fee online and mobile payment system and plans to use the platform at all levels of state government.
Favorable turns in the cost and quality of light detection and ranging enabled revolutionary mapping projects such as those of the Red River Basin and the Oregon forests. Even doubters concluded LIDAR was "best thing since sliced bread."
Federal, state and local agencies are tapping into the power of predictive analytics to cut waste or reduce crime, but they're not limited to looking forward.
The state's transportation department used Adobe Experience Manager, which the company has just updated, to redesign and launch an intuitive website in six months.
The app taps phones' GPS and camera features to let users report potholes, public safety issues and other non-emergency problems to authorities without tying up traditional 311 call centers.