The Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Reintegration Services uses GovDelivery Interactive Texting platform to help caseworkers better communicate with their clients.
The American Civil Liberties Union said users of the Wi-Fi kiosks not only need better protection from hackers who want to steal information but also from law enforcement agencies looking to track a citizen’s online activity.
Machine-readable transit data will be harvested by the Department of Transportation to pinpoint gaps in public transportation.
No state hit the Federal Communication Commission’s new 25 Mbps broadband target, but gigabit connection projects are helping lift local connection speed averages.
The website-as-a-service startup is accepting applications from towns that want to transform their legacy sites.
The state’s National Cybersecurity Intelligence Center aims to be the country’s foremost authority on cybersecurity education, research and rapid response.
Election officials in Ohio and Utah will see how technology improves the reporting of results and the caucus voting process.
Motorola’s crime-mapping website CrimeReports now includes Socrata’s open data visualizations.
The technology that powers Bitcoin has the potential to address government trust and security issues.
The data center colocation will give the state access to a modern facility for enterprise servers, storage and communications.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s command and control vehicle uses a system that allows for TCP/IP communication across P25 networks.
The Office of National Capital Region Coordination should formally specify how first responders will work together across agency boundaries, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office.
Sidewalk Labs will contribute an analytics platform that tackles congestion and free Wi-Fi kiosks for neighborhoods in the winning city.
Freedom of Information requests are spurring technology solutions that redact video of crimes or exchanges between officers and suspects but protect citizen privacy.
Philly 311, Philadelphia’s mobile app for access to government information and non-emergency services, has been evolving to be easier to use and more responsive to unexpected events.