Data-driven government that meets citizen demands while keeping budgets in check is top of mind for Utah’s CTO Dave Fletcher.
As multiple levels of government are often involved in responding to major incidents, agencies are banding together to develop a regional or statewide approach to critical communications.
In an effort to make state government websites more secure, Georgia officials are switching to the encrypted website protocol platformwide.
On May 2, the city will auction off its tech-themed premium domains to local businesses.
The Department of Homeland Security is not seeking control of election-related critical infrastructure, but state and local election officials remain wary.
The state is using BioTrackTHC's State Traceability System in Amazon Web Services’ GovCloud for its state medical marijuana program.
Police, wildlife trackers and bridge inspectors are using high-flying cameras and sensors to save time and money.
The cloud-based TouchPass system offers small to mid-size transit agencies an easy way to upgrade to electronic fare collection.
The massive broadband public safety network build out will cover 50 states, five U.S. territories and Washington, D.C.
The change will help ensure that responders from different jurisdictions using equipment from different manufacturers can communicate securely and successfully.
The General Services Administration acknowledges that purchasing the monitoring and security services has been harder than it has to be.
Recent disruptions in legacy 911 emergency-response systems point up the urgent need for new technology, but few states or localities can afford the upgrades.
By combining location data with information from sensors installed on maintenance vehicles, Iowa can provide web-accessible analytics and applications to help travelers, businesses and state agencies make better decisions.
North Carolina’s Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services application is getting a responsive design and multifactor authentication.
Equipped with stereo cameras, computer vision, onboard computers and sensors, AutoModality’s drones can sense, explore and analyze infrastructure in GPS-denied environments.