Water resources are being stretched thin in drought-riddled parts of the nation, but the government doesn’t have the data it needs to monitor consumption and plan for the future.
According to a new report, a hack targeting only a few systems in a swing state could be enough to alter the outcome of a national race.
Predictive analytics will help New Hanover County, N.C., better identify and track children at risk of abuse and neglect.
The first sensors in Chicago’s Array of Things project have been installed; 50 are expected to be mounted by September.
The city posts the code for its CityScore performance management dashboard on GitHub.
Since the New York Department of Motor Vehicles upgraded its technology in January, the agency has opened 900 new investigations and made 100 arrests.
The state’s Department of Labor and Industries is making it easier for claim managers to gather timely and accurate clinical data on injured workers from healthcare organizations.
With the advent of mobile devices, crowdsourced information can be integrated into situational awareness applications.
The hack that took data on 200,000 registered voters in Illinois and another that penetrated an Arizona election system are suspected to have originated in Russia.
Ten communities in the Cool & Connected program will get planning support to help improve broadband services to boost economic development.
For now, issues related to speed, accuracy and workflow keep social media from becoming a mainstream communication platform for emergency response.
The recent overruling of the FCC’s attempt to block states’ laws restricting municipal broadband services has sparked an opposing response from 42 mayors and city leaders.
Open data -- and the infrastructure to support it -- are driving a remarkable degree of innovation at all levels of government.
In Texas and South Carolina, seamlessly connecting the remote visitation technology to the health records system has solved the workflow problems that had been holding telehealth back.
Whether it’s meeting new technology challenges or taking the tedium or danger out of government operations, agencies are using automation to deliver services faster.