The plan calls for the phase out of legacy systems, migration of data and infrastructure to the cloud and user-friendly mobile services.
If the county-owned phone used by San Bernadino shooter Syed Farook had been enrolled in the agency’s mobile device management program, the FBI-Apple standoff might have been moot.
The Census Bureau plans to use outside data sources, mobile devices and an online census form, but researchers are finding other sources of population data that may also help cut costs.
A mobile-first strategy was a key driver in the Government Publishing Office’s latest iteration of the search site for government documents.
The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office will use the Mutualink Wearable Smart Gateway to improve situational awareness and provide interoperable communications during the festivities surrounding Super Bowl 50.
The LinkNYC project intends to install 7,500 Link kiosks across the five boroughs by 2020 that will provide gigabit Wi-Fi, charging stations and web access through a built-in tablet.
A report from the IBM Center for the Business of Government can help mobile managers create effective, useful apps for workers and citizens.
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.