With the Esri Collector app, Oklahoma Forestry Services gets geographic situational awareness for fighting wildfires and managing public lands.
Boston is using the General Services Administration’s Contract-Awarded Labor Category tool to make more informed and cost-efficient IT procurement decisions.
By becoming more customer focused, California can improve the nature of its interactions with residents, a new report finds.
DebtWatch provides details on the $1.5 trillion in debt issued by state and local government entities.
When complete, the project will provide wireless, public safety and Wi-Fi services to all 279 underground stations.
The contest calls for development and delivery of cloud-based predictive analytic and mobile applications that can significantly improve the operational capability of first responders.
The Pell Center’s report on the cyber readiness of eight states explores how states are protecting infrastructure, information and operations.
Interest in the DHS-run Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program has been slow to build outside of federal agencies, but other levels of government are beginning to take note.
The Obama administration on Nov. 17 announced $100 million in grants to boost IT-sector employment through the TechHire initiative.
Five U.S. cities took away awards in AWS credit as winners of Amazon Web Services’ City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge that acknowledged innovative and impactful local government solutions.
The Code for America Fellowship Program announced its 2016 local government partnerships.
As local governments ramp up spending on IoT solutions, the return on investment financially, socially and economically shows a promising trend.
A report by the Leadership Conference and Upturn evaluates the policies governing body -orn cameras at police departments across the country.
When the Defense Information Systems Agency used its experience with complex IT contracts to help FirstNet with its initial contract, it got lessons in spectrum management in return.
Code for America fellows built three open source tools to improve the city’s procurement process.