The Census Bureau and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are the next federal agencies to use direct Internet video calling to better connect deaf citizens with government agency service representatives.
Policies governing body worn cameras need some clarification before New York City expands its pilot program to 1,000 officers.
In Chicago, public safety organizations are testing an LTE broadband network to see how well it can transmit data and video in a high-density urban police district.
For all the details accompanying Microsoft’s release of Windows 10 last week, industry observers are still seeking clarity on some key points.
The Department of Health and Human Services awarded the Advance Interoperable Health Information Technology Services program with $29.6 million to support health care information sharing.
Broadband initiatives are heating up across the United States at all levels of government.
A report by Forrester Research, “Transform Government from the Outside In,” recommends four ways digital government can increase citizen satisfaction.
The Defense Research and Engineering Network will get upgrades to reach speeds of 40 gigabit/sec.
Crisis Text Line provides a glimpse of the possibilities of a successful next-generation 911 implementation.
Wearable technology creates more points of access on agency networks that not only create security issues but also drain bandwidth and hamper performance.