The Small Business Administration’s “Startup in a Day” awarded communities with funding to improve online licensing and permitting processes for entrepreneurs.
The Indiana Office of Technology is building the first state-level all-flash data center in the United States.
Boulder, Colo., is using Trimble’s eCognition software to help city staff identify healthy or damaged canopy.
The city open data website will make city information more accessible for citizens, reduce staff time and make the most of the city’s legacy data.
New York City upgraded its Census FactFinder, a website that lets users access socioeconomic and demographic information from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.
The state's Department of Transportation is testing mobile driver license software with employees who will assess and validate the solution.
It can be tough transitioning to an electronic environment, and many state financial agencies cite a culture that often impedes innovation and collaboration and purchasing rules that make it hard to adapt to technological changes.
Police in North Dakota can now arm unmanned aerial vehicles with non-lethal weapons, and the FAA expanded testing capabilities for drones in the state.
The Iowa Communications Network now has a way to visually track real-time network and information system disruptions and cyberattacks.
San Antonio will use the Accela Civic Platform to streamline city business processes and increase citizen access to government services.
New York City launched City Record Online, a fully searchable database for all public notices, land sales and contract awards.
Besides population and download speeds, the maps show the number of primary care providers per county, online access to health information, obesity prevalence and broadband provider distribution.
As people apply for assistance, the National Accuracy Clearinghouse flags duplicate identifying information from five states.
The state has teamed up with Rave Mobile Safety to give key personnel a mobile app that promises faster response to active shooter situations and other emergencies.
The technology is part of “NY Responds,” the state’s newly integrated approach to disaster preparedness and response.