The city recently announced its open data portal and the Innovate Detroit 311 app.
A network modernization has given the city more reliable communications and the infrastructure to deploy future technologies.
Rescue workers, hospital staffers and patients themselves are using mobile apps to improve responses to health emergencies.
City officials hope to cut emergency room visits with a program designed to connect residents in their homes with a doctor, via the emergency medical technicians and firefighters who answer the 911 call.
Scholars from the University of Maryland and UCLA built a national database for food safety inspection information.
Despite its rocky launch, the federal health insurance exchange did better than the exchanges run by individual states at both enrolling new people and hanging onto previous enrollees.
Rand researchers found that the law enforcement community needs to boost its knowledge of technology and better share information.
A new report released by the IBM Center for The Business of Government highlights methods cities are using for IT better management, engagement and service.
The New Orleans Fire Department used data analytics to identify households at risk for fires and conduct door-to-door smoke alarm outreach.
New Gartner analysis finds broad similarities at different levels of government, but decidedly different rankings of public-sector CIO's biggest worries.
The Next-Generation Incident Command System is a mobile, web-based system designed to speed collaboration and enhance situational awareness.
Virginia Tech graduate students built a tool that integrates local open data with an Ebola response model to aid emergency response to flooding.
A western alliance aims to establish Utah as a hub for commercial use of unmanned aerial systems, while Oregon invests in its UAS test range and a California county lays the foundation for a testing facility for driverless ground vehicles.
Researchers at NYU’s Governance Lab have come up with a formula that could help IT managers compare open data costs and benefits.
The 2015 Multi-City Innovation Campaign focuses on health and human services challenges where technology interventions intersect, and can directly impact, city or county government services and goals.