KentuckyWired is installing some 3,000 miles of open-access, middle-mile, fiber-optic cable that will allow 1,000 government and postsecondary education sites in all 120 counties to be connectivity points for communities.
Despite Google's parent company Alphabet hitting the brakes, cities still long for affordable gigabit networks for current residents and future businesses.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers plans to release advocacy priorities for the incoming administration.
The Department of Transportation is wrapping up a multiyear pilot that uses sensors on state maintenance vehicle fleets to better predict traffic and weather conditions.
The Civic CrowdAnalytics web application automates analysis of unstructured crowdsourced data using natural language processing and machine learning.
Many computerized voting machines widely used today do not provide a paper record, forcing voters to trust a system of which they are increasingly skeptical.
The AIR Louisville program uses smart connected inhalers that track when, where and how often asthma patients use their devices.
RIBridges is a single repository for client information across 48 programs and several agencies.
Cities are taking the lead in testing and piloting technologies to tackle traffic, crime and chronic homelessness.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is testing an app that integrates public transit information with Uber data to make rail commuting easier.
To make its website more accessible and useful to residents, Marion, Ill., installed software on that adds speech, reading and translation capabilities.
Two Harvard cybersecurity scholars outline the election risks and recommend several steps for federal and local governments to take after the 2016 elections.
A White House initiative to improve economic development in coal communities will fund training for drone operators in southwest Virginia.
Geographic information systems are helping improve the voting experience for both voters and election officials.
After missing the Nov. 1 deadline, officials said they were moving closer to an award for the national emergency radio network.