Increasing density of infrastructure and system components will help agencies offset growth and reduce total energy usage.
CommuteATL, an online platform spun up after the I-85 bridge collapse, helps city officials manage traffic in near real time and provides live updates for drivers.
Preliminary findings from a new survey on agile development shows states see benefits for customer satisfaction, quality and transparency.
The robust communications that smart cities are built on requires systematic evaluation and benchmarking to ensure effective delivery of public services.
CIDAR aims to identify trends, mitigate threats and calculate risks for enterprise risk managers and cybersecurity insurance companies.
The project will help make government information available to consumers via personal digital assistants such as Amazon Alexa, Microsoft Cortana, Google Assistant and Facebook Messenger.
The bureau must scale up its systems, finalize partnerships to shore up its address records and award three IT contracts -- all in the face of looming budget questions.
City government, industry and university partners are building an interactive smart city platform for Lafayette, La.
The governmentwide portal for filing federal Freedom of Information Act requests aims to be interoperable with agencies' current systems.
Government health care institutions and agencies can safeguard their confidential information and lower their risk of data breaches by following best practices around people, encryption and security policies.
By modeling the flow -- of freight, commuters, money or anything else -- across each link of a network, researchers can show where investment will be most beneficial and which projects shouldn’t happen at all.
The Department of Health and Human Services will distribute $485 million in grants to all 50 states to support evidence-based prevention, treatment and recovery services.