Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) says a reorganized "cyber infrastructure protection" division could serve as a valuable resource and central point of contact.
The Big Easy Budget Game uses the city’s financial data to give players the ability to create their own version of the operating budget.
While it attaches Chromeboxes to monitors to get more life from old equipment, Shelton Public Schools also uses Citrix XenApp to provide access to Microsoft Office and Google Apps for Education.
Goal is to put better data into both the popular traffic app and California's own transit services.
A backend attribute exchange streamlines identity management by keeping users' security credentials on local systems but making them accessible from other network locations.
The design of sidewalks, streets, buildings and even traffic lights could change once computers are in the driver’s seat.
The city’s open data shows a correlation between robberies and the time school lets out.
The city teamed up with Splunk to monitor and analyze its machine-generated data.
Researchers found that machine-learning forecasts of which accused perpetrators of domestic violence will be rearrested on similar charges can cut the number of such crimes in half.
Extending the policy to cover federally funded state and local programs would help improve digital services, save taxpayer money and reduce time, costs and risks for government.
Mayors are increasingly relying on Twitter because it lets them take their messages directly to residents.
When a public health crisis emerges, real-time data ensures policymakers can tailor solutions to the root causes.
A vulnerability in instant lottery machines was exploited to issue a disproportionate number of winning tickets.
A recent report by Onvia describes the fastest-growing segments of government services.
The Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Reintegration Services uses GovDelivery Interactive Texting platform to help caseworkers better communicate with their clients.