The city's Roadmap for Inclusive Innovation aims to give residents equitable access to technology, city resources and information.
Making government sites easily discoverable by search engines ultimately helps citizens, allowing them to find and use the services and information that agencies make available.
In the absence of federal regulations, states are eager to regulate unmanned aerial vehicles, but advocates for the technology say legislatures are overstepping their authority and hamstringing an industry ripe for growth.
Texas’ supplemental nutrition program is moving to the cloud to streamline backup and data sync processes.
Technology that pairs GPS, Bluetooth and smartphones with lightweight ankle bracelets will allow officials to keep some teenage offenders out of jail as they await trial.
The OpenJustice initiative features a dashboard of criminal justice indicators and an open data portal that encourages download and re-use of data.
San Antonio’s VIA Metropolitan Transit put routers on all its buses, paratransit vans and at transit centers to give its riders free 4G Wi-Fi access.
Tests of JerseyNet at two Atlantic City concerts demonstrated unobstructed transmission of video, voice and radio communications between first responders, police and command centers.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants his IT team to conduct a full cybersecurity audit and craft new strategies for preventing attacks on state networks.
Data validation, anomaly detection and predictive modeling can give federal agencies the real-time analytical framework that is needed to curb the rising tide of fraud.
Website use of the Adobe Flash Player dwindles each year due to security breaches, mobile incompatibility and resource drain. Are agencies getting the hint?
The Small Business Administration’s “Startup in a Day” awarded communities with funding to improve online licensing and permitting processes for entrepreneurs.
The Indiana Office of Technology is building the first state-level all-flash data center in the United States.
Boulder, Colo., is using Trimble’s eCognition software to help city staff identify healthy or damaged canopy.
The city open data website will make city information more accessible for citizens, reduce staff time and make the most of the city’s legacy data.