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    Citizen engagement and public service in the era of the IoT

    The internet of things is amplifying the number and variety of touchpoints available to reach citizens and giving municipalities access to data that can help shape service offerings.

  • DISA eyes moving some cyber awareness monitoring to the cloud

    Moving some backend services of the Acropolis net monitoring program to the cloud will require blending DOD infrastructure with a commercially hosted virtual private cloud at both the IL-5 and IL-6 levels.

  • Bonds on the blockchain: Streamlined, low-cost, transparent funding

    Using blockchain to issue micro bonds that can be targeted to a neighborhood or a specific project offers cities a new way to speed their access to capital and improve their communities.

  • Last chance to submit Government Innovation Awards nominations

    The deadline is midnight ET on July 18.

  • Mueller indictment details hacks on state election systems

    The charges describe how two of the Russian conspirators hacked into computers at state offices and an election software supplier to steal voter data and other information.

  • Government leads the way in crowdsourced security

    The adoption of bug-bounty programs in government has increased 125 percent increase year over year, according to a new report.


    Using encryption to help fight data breaches

    Unified key management solutions offer a centralized approach and work across clouds, both on-premises and in data centers.

  • DARPA digs into the details of practical quantum computing

    To speed the technology's development, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is asking for help solving practical and architectural problems.


    Delivering citizen-centric state government

    State CIOs can take advantage of cloud, business intelligence and automation tools to meet the increasing expectations of a demanding citizenry.

  • The SEC powers up financial analysis

    The Securities and Exchange Commission’s cloud-based data science workstations give quantitative analysts better performance, less latency and access to the latest financial analytics tools.