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Salt Lake City joins the Police Data Initiative.

Salt Lake City joins the Police Data Initiative

The Salt Lake Police Department has released data on use-of-force incidents and plans on releasing more information as part of its participation in the Police Data Initiative.

Data sharing critical to law enforcement

In today’s increasingly unsecure cyber ecosystem, sharing data and tools with partner organizations gives law enforcement a better picture of threats and crimes.

Low-cost beacon solutions keep tabs on firefighters

Low-cost beacon solution keeps tabs on firefighters

The Firefighter Accountability and Proximity system locates firefighters with an Android app that measures the relative distance between the beacons they each wear.

NYC targets services delivery with Digital Playbook

NYC targets services delivery with Digital Playbook

The playbook outlines strategies for using digital tools to improve city services and make them easier to access.

50 United Nations Plaza Federal Building

Superpublic innovation lab to tackle urban problems

Working with partners in the public, private, nonprofit and academic sectors, Superpublic will develop and scale products and services that drive more responsive and efficient government.

8 tech trends driving public sector change

8 tech trends that will drive public sector change

Deloitte’s annual Technology Trends report outlines the new capabilities in digital, cloud, virtual reality and analytics that will disrupt government operations in the next two years.

G2G Marketplace adds CenturyLink services

G2G Marketplace adds CenturyLink services

Cloud and security services provider inks blanket purchase agreement for state and local governments.

State consolidates data on child care programs

Colorado consolidates data on child care programs

Colorado’s Office of Early Childhood has gone to the cloud for tools to improve the quality rating system for child care and early education programs across the state.

States require opioid prescribers to check for

States require opioid prescribers to check for 'doctor shopping'

In states where physicians are required to use monitoring systems, overall opioid prescribing has plummeted, as have drug-related hospitalizations and overdose deaths.

Ohio’s massive cloud migration pays off

Ohio’s massive cloud migration pays off

Since the state moved to a consolidated data center, it has migrated 22 state agencies into its cloud and saved $103 million.

Louisiana revs up electronic driver’s licenses

Louisiana revs up electronic driver’s licenses

Legislation would allow motorists to download a digital copy of their driver’s licenses to their smartphones.

Tech takes the friction out of municipal towing

Tech takes the friction out of municipal towing

Kansas City, Mo., streamlined its towing process with help from AutoReturn's cloud-based municipal logistics solution.

Denver takes on regional homelessness with tech

Denver takes on regional homelessness with tech

Leveraging a IBM Smarter Cities Challenge award, the Denver metro area’s Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement System assesses the needs of the homeless and matches them to appropriate housing resources.

The data center powering California’s water management

The data center powering California’s water management

The California Department of Water Resources’ software-defined data center reduces complexity, increases security and speeds the deployment of business systems.

Caltrans enlists mobile system for highway inspection

Caltrans enlists mobile system for highway inspection

The California Department of Transportation will use the Pavia Headlight mobile inspection system to collect real-time data on construction work.


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