The Next-Generation Incident Command System is being used by emergency management agencies in California for planning, response and recovery for risky and hazardous events – many of them wildfires.
The Port of San Diego's IT support staff has largely eliminated the need to lay hands on troubled computers through the use of virtual network computing.
Predictive analytics system based on NetReveal fraud detection protects MassHealth from fraud and unnecessary expenditures.
Former New Jersey attorney general leads an effort to develop risk-assessment tool to help judges make data-driven sentencing decisions.
Building on successes of 2013, the Mayor's Office of Data Analytics pushes predictive analytics to help city leaders make data-driven decisions.
IDC Government Insights expects slower smartphone growth across government but increased use of tablets, especially among state and local governments.
New York City's Department of Homeless Services is using analytics to anticipate evictions and help identify families at risk of becoming homeless.
State public health agencies are turning to more advanced analytics in turning simple immunization registries into engines of population health management.
Massachusetts' health info exchange helps providers locate, request and retrieve medical records from other participating providers on a secure, interconnected system.
A vast traffic-monitoring network has been deployed to make sure that all can safely navigate the waters with minimal interference.
Governments are publishing best-practices guides for implementing open data.
The state of Michigan is piloting a service that uses mobile technology and software as a service to streamline the customer experience at the DMV and speed revenues to state coffers.
The Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment joint virtual training platform supports scenarios in which multiple organizations must coordinate with each other, as would be necessary in an active-shooter scenario.
Tablet app helps the state survey its complete road and bridge system.
With video conferencing equipment being installed in county courtrooms to enable remote participation in hearings, the state is saving millions of dollars each year on transporting prisoners.