A new report categorizes some of the expenses of an ongoing body-worn camera program and offers suggestions on what law enforcement agencies should consider in a five-year total cost of ownership analysis.
The Texas Digital Archive uses Preservica’s digital preservation suite running on Amazon Web Services’ secure GovCloud.
Utah’s Department of Public Safety and Department of Technology Services built a drivers license quiz application for Amazon Echo using the Alexa digital assistant.
OhioFirst.Net built a computer game using real-life firefighting training scenarios to demonstrate the potential of FirstNet’s public safety broadband network.
Legislators are looking at how government can prepare for and respond to an electromagnetic pulse attack on the U.S. electrical grid.
State officials tell Congress on how they are preparing for (and responding to) cyberattacks.
New buses feature USB charging ports and free Wi-Fi, but they are missing collision avoidance systems despite two pilot programs currently running in the city.
Civic moments, the events that trigger cascading actions and data exchanges, are beginning to take shape as agencies collaborate to create one-stop online locations where citizens can complete multiple transactions.
While the threats facing emergency response systems depend on what type of infrastructure jurisdictions possess, officials can take steps to protect their networks.
Cloud-based technology, a vendor that can help with strategic decisions, user-friendly interfaces and the ability to incorporate dynamic data are all essential, according to an IDC analyst.
Los Angeles is connecting the city’s open datasets and services to the California Research and Education Network, upgrading accessing speed to 100 gigabits.
An e-signature solution provides perpetually valid documents, an audit trail and identity authentication.
HBO’s John Oliver explores why emergency call centers can’t accurately locate mobile callers.
The Property Records Notification system sends email alerts when changes are recorded on properties people are tracking.
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.