The Homeland Security Information Network Exchange gives fusion centers a free and secure tool to share and track information requests from law enforcement agencies
A new study by IBM’s Center for The Business of Government explores how cities can enhance the effectiveness of data-driven initiatives that provide public services more effectively and responsively.
The Patient Movement Item Asset Tracking System leverages RFID tracking and an innovative enterprisewide asset management system to ensure the military has the medical equipment when and where it needs it to aid any wounded warfighter.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx explains that smart cities use technology for holistic, inclusive solutions.
Arizona's Pinal County knew it needed to take a more rigorous approach to heat morbidity, so its Disease Investigation Program turned to SAS Analytics to monitor trends and at-risk populations.
The Postal Service suggests five ways it could support smart city initiatives using its vehicles and mail carriers.
With its tutorials, the Commerce Department increased the number of data users and improved the quality of the insights derived from the information.
Five state health and human services agencies have deployed a joint fraud detection system that fights waste and abuse in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
With the Collaborative Advanced Analytics and Data Sharing toolkit, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made sense of an outbreak in days rather than months.
The Supervised Release File Project notifies officers nationwide in real time when they encounter one of the more than 15,000 individuals under parole supervision in New Jersey.
Data from mobile phones, social media and even grocery scanners has been shown to be effective at identifying patterns in epidemics.
Alaska adopted an Internet Protocol mapping and tracking detection tool to ensure only state residents are benefiting from its oil and gas profits return program.