Besides being a hit with the public, the state’s Track a Plow website gives the Department of Transportation and other agencies near-real-time information so they can quickly make data-driven decisions.
To better accommodate businesses that are increasingly relying on mobile workflows, the Department of Homeland Security said it will test an iOS-based version of the E-Verify employment eligibility verification program.
The Army wants to extend its communication capabilities to lower echelons through modular, scalable and interoperable nodes.
The wireless infrastructure will help the Army, Army National Guard and Army Reserve Tactical Units better adapt to changing conditions in battle or in disaster relief.
An informed, involved public, using social media to provide life-saving geospatial data, can help guide relief efforts by government and private agencies.
After a year of consultation with industry and public safety officials, FirstNet released the final request for proposals for the nationwide, wireless, interoperable broadband communications network for first responders.
The United Kingdom’s National Health Service partners with the popular dating app to raise organ donation awareness.
The governor’s proposal will add cell and Wi-Fi service to underground train stations, mobile digital fare payments and more.
A derived credentials policy could be applied not just to devices but to specific apps that require a greater level of assurance.
Boston is giving users a glimpse of its redesigned website through pilot.boston.gov.
As state transportation officials prepare for this season’s onslaught of winter blizzards and ice storms, many of them will be using technology in new ways to help clear the roads and make them safer for drivers.
Because wearable technology has yet to take off, governments are proceeding with caution, primarily creating citizen-facing apps.