Nonstandard data that requires caveats, qualifications and explanations makes meaningful analysis and comparisons among jurisdictions nearly impossible.
The LinkNYC project intends to install 7,500 Link kiosks across the five boroughs by 2020 that will provide gigabit Wi-Fi, charging stations and web access through a built-in tablet.
A recent report outlines how local governments can manage common types of technology-related risks.
Census of Governments aims to improve accuracy of the data and ease the burden of collection on state and local governments.
The CityScore analytics dashboard gives Boston officials and residents a Fenway-inspired way see metrics on city performance.
Besides being a hit with the public, the state’s Track a Plow website gives the Department of Transportation and other agencies near-real-time information so they can quickly make data-driven decisions.
The Defense Department will no long accept the driver’s licenses or state-issued identification from Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Washington and American Samoa for entrance to its facilities.
The System Assessment and Validation for Emergency Responders features objective assessments and validations on commercial equipment and systems.
ProudCity promises to take the pain out of site development for small and mid-sized city government.
Vastly improved technology, electronic medical records and pressure to control ever rising medical costs have helped spur the growth of telemedicine in corrections.
Virginia’s Department of Health and the Department of Motor Vehicles have teamed up to issue copies of birth, marriage and divorce certificates at the DMV.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers named cybersecurity the top item in its advocacy agenda.
AT&T announced an Internet of Things smart city framework and a new set of IoT developer tools.
In its capacity as both a safety watchdog and a commercial vehicle user, government plays a role in the development of the automated vehicles -- for large fleets and consumer vehicles alike.
After a year of consultation with industry and public safety officials, FirstNet released the final request for proposals for the nationwide, wireless, interoperable broadband communications network for first responders.