Could Trump's promise to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure translate into smarter cities and better broadband?
The Federal Highway Administration released a new guide to help transportation planners deploy and integrate vehicle-to-infrastructure technologies.
As a man famously reluctant to use computers, President Donald Trump must lead a government that is ever more reliant on technology for service delivery and national security.
In its 13th year, New York City’s information and service request program received 46 percent of its requests digitally.
Even with policies to prevent virtual machine sprawl, IT managers should uses an automated approach that employs predictive analysis and reclamation capabilities.
The CIA Records Search Tool gives users online access to 12 million pages of declassified CIA documents.
The Login.gov shared authentication platform allows individuals with personal accounts to access government services and gives participating agencies the option of using the platform as a shared service.
When the Mesa, Ariz., SMS chatbot goes live in June, city residents will be able to get answers to text-message questions and pay bills.
As VR technology makes its way into the government space, GSA’s Digital Government group seeks to smooth the adoption.
The City Health Dashboard gives four pilot cities more accurate and actionable health metrics so officials can better target policies addressing their cities’ risk factors.