The cloud-based workflow platform lets city workers create “processes” for common tasks that are usually done on paper, in person or by visiting multiple websites.
The detail, immediacy and sheer volume of data from mobile phones also offers innovative ways to monitor and possibly solve some of the most pressing animal conservation problems.
The Government Self-Service Toolkit helps live-stream public meetings and provides automated transcriptions and searchable archival storage.
Immediate actions will help agencies protect the health of their systems, but they must also address their long-term vulnerabilities.
After Gov. Scott Walker issued an executive order in March 2016 directing agencies to improve customer service related to records requests, state agencies have been able to meet requests promptly, track requests and facilitate access to electronic records.
By optimizing bus routes with data analysis and mathematical modeling, a school district can save between five and seven percent on the number of buses needed.
The nationwide broadband public safety network promises to support emerging technology applications like artificial intelligence and facial recognition.
Illinois’s plan to upgrade its legacy enterprise resource planning system hit a wall on March 13 when the state comptroller suspended $27 million in payments to consultants and IT vendors.
Without measurement criteria, the pilots will be of limited use in planning and implementing a social media screening program, the agency watchdog says.
Government IT pros must now arm themselves with a new set of skills, products, and resources to succeed in the hybrid IT era.