FirstNet added nearly 100,000 square miles of coverage in 2020, bringing the nationwide wireless broadband public-safety network’s communications capabilities to a total of 15,000 subscribing agencies.
Moving away from the traditional sign-up model and establishing one-stop preregistration systems is one way to resolve the painful vaccine scheduling process.
The Orleans Parish Communication District in Louisiana is upgrading its digital public-safety records with a cloud-deployable system that will facilitate data collection and sharing.
Login.gov, the General Services Administration’s cloud-based remote identity proofing platform, is now available to select federally funded state and local government programs.
This latest version outlines a new strategy for developing interoperable devices and equipment and provides guidance and resources for grid cybersecurity.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) wants more information from the FBI and the Environmental Protection Agency about the recent cybersecurity breach at a Florida water utility.
A strategic plan backed by smarter technology can not only help get elected officials up to speed on government finance more quickly, it can also help foster trust among constituents.
Security experts understand the desire of entrepreneurs and election officials to use new voting methods to reach voters who may be disenfranchised by in-person or mail-in voting, but the security risk might be too great, they say.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is using simulation technology that collects publicly available data from multiple sources and overlays it on a map so that firefighters can predict a blaze’s behavior in real time.
Now that the redistricting data will not be delivered until Sept. 30 states are scrambling to adapt.