The $70M modernization project will move applications from a mainframe to an Oracle stack, streamline customer service and drive more transactions online.
Maine is integrating behavioral health data into HealthInfoNet’s patient records to improve care.
Using an Environmental Protection Agency tool that brings together environmental and demographic data, a non-profit shows where insufficient tree canopies overlap with the most vulnerable urban populations.
Government agencies, particularly state and local ones, are under attack by hackers who are using a combination of malware, phishing and social engineering to wring money from their public-sector victims.
The city is hiring for a newly created chief digital services officer position that will oversee a team to digitize city services.
The California Department of Technology prequalified 11 agile vendors to work on the new California Child Welfare System.
States and cities must exchange their traditional emergency phone systems for Internet Protocol networks, which can send digital voice, photo and video information over the internet.
Open Counter’s tools are set up to guide license seekers through the complexities of opening a business, but they are also generating data that is giving cities insights into their local economies.
Systems will support tracking products and issuing licenses to the medical cannabis industry.
A state-commissioned survey in Tennessee finds that the vast majority of residents have access to broadband but choose to use cheaper internet services instead.
RadResponder is a cloud-based radiation data collection system that gives first responders standardized services for managing radiation data.
Artificial intelligence and semantic technology from Monster Government Solutions help automate parts of the decision-making process.
Working with Buildingeye, the city plans to create an interactive map showing the locations and details of recent permits, violations and inspections.
Disappearing links and deleted videos plague the legal system from cop to court and everywhere in between.
Virginia Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine announced nearly $1 million in National Science Foundation funding to create a 'workforce pipeline' straight into the drone economy for both vehicle operators and industry researchers.