As the next wave of policing, body-worn cameras have the potential to drown law enforcement officials rather than carry them to shore.
The winner of the Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge will receive more than $50 million in funding and support to improve its transportation network.
A partnership between the city and Microsoft allows students and families to download Office 365.
The Startup In Residence Challenge pairs government agencies with innovative startups to research, build and test technology products that address civic challenges.
The Los Angeles GeoHub is a portal of location-based open data from across city departments allowing both the public and city employees to build and share apps.
The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office will use the Mutualink Wearable Smart Gateway to improve situational awareness and provide interoperable communications during the festivities surrounding Super Bowl 50.
Members of Congress questioned the security and integration of the Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network.
Tools that let agencies leverage technology to provide face-to-face assistance give them a new way to get the job done.
The New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell is working to enhance threat information sharing among health care providers.
The state will divide the massive procurement into smaller RFPs to deliver user-validated services faster and reduce the risk of large system failure.
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.