Leveraging new algorithmic and statistical tools, researchers created a significantly more complete picture of the risks and challenges in Flint.
The challenge will award $40,000 in seed money to two communities that demonstrate the best air quality data collection and sharing strategies.
By offloading compute-intensive portions of its tracking application from the central processor to the GPU, USPS can analyze its geolocation data faster.
The first sensors in Chicago’s Array of Things project have been installed; 50 are expected to be mounted by September.
Predictive analytics will help New Hanover County, N.C., better identify and track children at risk of abuse and neglect.
Since the New York Department of Motor Vehicles upgraded its technology in January, the agency has opened 900 new investigations and made 100 arrests.
The city posts the code for its CityScore performance management dashboard on GitHub.
Even simple data-centric tasks like optimizing procurement and staffing can promote cost containment.
The GCN Dig IT Awards celebrate discovery and innovation in government IT -- the cutting-edge technology and creative implementations that are supporting critical missions at all levels of the public sector.
Organizations can streamline the data analytics process with data preparation tools and processes, including self-service data prep.
As satellite data and computing power increase, research agencies like NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are supporting disaster response operations with real-time data and analysis.
The project to develop the Gramercy District in Ashburn, Va., signed two new partners – Virginia’s Center for Innovative Technology and George Washington University.
NASA’s upgraded Sherlock data warehouse makes it easier for researchers to access nationwide air traffic data almost immediately.
Six projects, involving more than a dozen different agencies, show what IT innovation can make possible in the public sector.