States and cities must exchange their traditional emergency phone systems for Internet Protocol networks, which can send digital voice, photo and video information over the internet.
Systems will support tracking products and issuing licenses to the medical cannabis industry.
A state-commissioned survey in Tennessee finds that the vast majority of residents have access to broadband but choose to use cheaper internet services instead.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement forensics lab has beefed up its equipment and travel document library to better fight foreign terrorism.
RadResponder is a cloud-based radiation data collection system that gives first responders standardized services for managing radiation data.
Open Counter’s tools are set up to guide license seekers through the complexities of opening a business, but they are also generating data that is giving cities insights into their local economies.
Working with Buildingeye, the city plans to create an interactive map showing the locations and details of recent permits, violations and inspections.
Disappearing links and deleted videos plague the legal system from cop to court and everywhere in between.
Artificial intelligence and semantic technology from Monster Government Solutions help automate parts of the decision-making process.
A new prototype smartphone app sends alerts to drone pilots if they approach zones where aerial firefighting operations are in progress.