A funding crunch put plans for Philadelphia’s 311 non-emergency system on hold for years, but the payoff was better technology and new levels of citizen service.
The MTA is testing collision-avoidance and turn-warning systems to see if citywide deployment makes sense.
The Rhode Island Cybersecurity Commission evaluated the state's cybersecurity infrastructure and made recommendations to enhance the resiliency of operations in executive branch agencies.
A new study suggests state governments can save big money through IT-enabled efficiencies.
NASCIO's latest poll of state CIOs explores a wide range of IT problems and priorities.
Bexar County has embraced video, automation and mobile services to get citizens online instead of in line.
The city approved a traffic modeling study of Surtrac -- a system that has shown promise for reducing both traffic and vehicle emissions.
Carson City, Nev., uses eRPortal enterprise tracking for capital assets and maintenance, which helps officials comply with financial regulations and budget more effectively.
With encrypted file transfer, city departments can quickly and efficiently process requests involving sensitive information.
Connecticut proved that state exchanges could work from the get-go. Now it’s taken enrollment mobile.
A fresh look at recruitment, coupled with innovative design, is helping the city speed the hiring of tech talent.
The state of the nation’s Information Sharing Environment is ‘strong,’ says ISE program manager.
Panelists at the Code for America Summit discussed how public-private data sharing can help cities build innovative and inclusive transportation services.
What smart cities are doing these days.
The group’s Technology Award program honored 13 companies, government entities and civic hackers that are building or implementing software for the public sector.