Law enforcement officials say social media is key for both outreach and investigatory purposes, a recent survey shows.
LouieLab is a public-private collaborative coworking space designed to promote and build smart city projects.
The blockchain can become the city’s operating system, invisible yet ubiquitous, improving citizens’ access to services, goods and economic opportunities.
The city’s technology committee has launched a survey to make the technology planning efforts more transparent for residents.
The TRACStat performance management tool helps Fayetteville, N.C., monitor its progress toward strategic goals.
A data warehouse of administrative information from state and local agencies will make it easier for policymakers to research issues from education and criminal justice to social services and labor.
Maryland used Virtru Pro to ensure email is encrypted before it’s sent, making it compliant with requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and Criminal Justice Information Services.
California’s electronic registry would be a secure, cloud-based portal where medical providers could view a patient's end-of-life instructions, regardless of whether the patient was at home, in the hospital or at a nursing home.
Agencies considering implementing a body-worn camera program need a scalable, secure data storage infrastructure.
Civic-minded technologists in Chicago have built a user experience testing group that delivers targeted testers to app developers and lifts the tech skills of city residents.
Ohio’s open road laboratory features high-capacity fiber-optic cables and sensors to communicate with autonomous and connected vehicles.
The state's new Daily Crash Prediction Map calculates the likelihood of collisions occurring in a specific area based on weather, traffic and road conditions.
In Norfolk, Va., researchers use drone video on YouTube, a mobile app and GIS software to analyze regional flooding.
McAfee’s annual report on the cybersecurity landscape holds some tips for government IT managers.
While body-worn cameras and predictive policing solutions can improve law enforcement efficiency and transparency, concerns remain around the role of digital devices in solving community policing problems.