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    Turning the tables on hackers

    The High-Fidelity Adaptive Deception and Emulation System uses cutting-edge deception environments where operators can run sting operations on those trying to break into Sandia National Laboratories’ systems.

  • street flooding (Echunder/Shutterstock.com)

    Better warnings as Virginia waters rise

    A network of sensors is helping the Hampton Roads area

  • 4 steps to accessible websites

    A better way to build websites

    Federalist not only serves as an express lane for agencies seeking a speedy and cost-effective web presence, but it is also a proving ground for any number of transformative digital practices.

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    The U.S. government’s codebase

    Code.gov makes it simple for coders to find open-source government projects where their contributions can make a difference.

  • July 4 parade (J.D.S./Shutterstock.com)

    When smart cities meet event management

    A virtual situation room was key to crowd management for the city of Independence Ore.

  • voting scrutiny (Bakhtiar Zein/Shutterstock.com)

    Inspiring trust in elections

    Colorado has taken the lead on implementing a critical form of backend vote verification.

  • task management system

    Turning to machine learning for better ROI

    An automation tool on the Department of Health and Human Services website now brings together data from multiple sources so that agencies can decide where to invest their grant money.

  • housing analytics

    More science, less art in property assessments

    With analytics and machine learning, Wake County, N.C., is removing much of the human subjectivity from the process.

  • 3d printing (Photo Cpl. Stormy Mendez)

    'Fix it forward'

    3-D printers have been a game changer for deployed Marine Expeditionary Units, which often need a replacement part quickly to keep a mission moving.

  • Career Pathfinder (LA County)

    Mapping your career, LA-style

    The county’s Career PathFinder system has gathered 30 years’ worth of data on how government employees have climbed up the job ladder.

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    Improving the VA patient journey with data transparency