In Seal Beach, Calif., the Marine Safety Department’s new $1,400 drone is working overtime protecting summer beachgoers.
While Congress hashes out a federal standard for data breach notifications, many states are toughening their own reporting laws.
Salesforce's study of 15 major cities finds widespread desire for digital services, but limited awareness of those that already exist.
In order to bridge communication gaps among agencies delivering massive national services, fraud investigatory tools have to be comprehensive, flexible and affordable.
Improper Medicaid payments triggered the review by the Government Accountability Office, which recommended better screening of beneficiaries and providers.
Encryption ensures that only the intended recipients of a government email would be able to open and read the content and its attachments -- a necessary requirement in health care, education and law enforcement.
The secure devices feature educational content and allow inmates to place calls in the privacy of their own cell, increasing communication with friends and family.
VIEVUSolution.com lets agencies upload evidence and manage case files in a secure cloud-based web interface.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe named Nelson Moe as the state’s new CIO and head of the Virginia Information Technologies Agency.
A new mobile app lets officers query multiple databases during roadside traffic stops.
The new 311 system in Tulsa, Okla., consolidates customer services across city departments.
New Jersey is the latest state to establish an information-sharing unit, while several other states are trying different tactics.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers tells state officials to put unmanned aerial systems on their radar.
Publishing the names of tax scofflaws and the amounts they owe on the Internet works spectacularly well, bringing in millions to states eager for the revenue.
The Location-Based Services R&D Roadmap outlines how public safety communications will evolve over the next 20 years.