Governments across the country are using a wide array of IT platforms to release financial information to the public.
The standalone IP device will help first responders communicate across multiple radio-frequency base stations.
Uber will provide Boston with trip data from its quarterly logs to help the city improve transportation practices.
A recent report from Onvia details areas where IT is growing in state and local governments while technology investment growth has stalled elsewhere.
The Department of Homeland Security’s National Emergency Communications Plan aims to allow first responders and public safety officials to better share information and enhance situational awareness.
The Department of Homeland Security has developed a bridging technology that enables public safety response teams to unite land mobile radio and broadband to help coordinate rescue and speed emergency response.
An automated multi-step identity authentication portal aims to cut down on fraud and waste by confirming the identity of clients at the time they are applying for benefits.
Nearly half the people receiving assistance from human services agencies say they would download and use a mobile application for obtaining services, according to a recent survey by Accenture.
A federal initiative to help departments purchase 50,000 body cameras for police in the wake of recent high-profile incidents of police violence is only the first step in creating a full video system. Departments will have to store and manage terabytes of data for years, sometimes decades.
Riverside, Calif., upgrades its data storage infrastructure by migrating half a petabyte of data from its storage area networks and establishing fail-over arrays for disaster recovery.
APQC has released a set of standard language, formats and metrics that will help city governments manage and plan their work.
Municipal governments are crafting creative partnerships to get broadband into their communities.
Although some government agencies are opening data to adhere to mandates, many are working to make it useful.
North Carolina’s iCenter operates a laboratory where agencies, educational institutions, industry and citizens can perform technical evaluations, prototype testing and proofs-of-concept.