Panelists at the Code for America Summit discussed how public-private data sharing can help cities build innovative and inclusive transportation services.
What smart cities are doing these days.
The group’s Technology Award program honored 13 companies, government entities and civic hackers that are building or implementing software for the public sector.
A new request for information details Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s priorities for the New NY Broadband Program.
Charlotte, N.C., will roll out Verint Engagement Management software to manage the rise in customer calls and data demands in the growing region.
The Iowa Vital Event System has transformed that state's approach to documenting deaths, but efforts to improve it continue.
The $3.1 million project will put 500 sensor arrays on street light poles throughout the city.
As police departments equip their officers with body cameras, many are struggling to strike a balance between the public’s right to know and privacy protections.
The Justice Department has awarded more than $23 million to police departments in 32 states in an effort to expand the use of body cameras.
The California Healthcare Compare site provides information on quality for five common conditions or procedures along with cost information — by county for 100 procedures, ranging from treating a broken ankle to cancer chemotherapy.
Positioning data transmitted from smartphones installed on every bus gave the city enough information to modify routes to keep buses on schedule.
A recent report by the Brennan Center for Justice found that 43 states are using voting machines that will be at least 10 years old by November 2016 -- raising the risk for Election Day delays, lost ballots and worse.
When it comes to the cloud, state and local governments would do well to read the fine print.
According to a new survey from the Public Technology Institute, most city and county IT budgets are either stable or increasing -- yet executives still worry about underinvestment in key areas.
Missouri lacks a statewide prescription drug monitoring program, but its system for Medicaid users is showing both fiscal savings and clinical benefits.