The ground-up approach makes PlanetSense a scalable, location-based intelligence-gathering platform.
Dispatchers, firefighters, police and emergency medical services teams want the devices they already have to work better.
Maryland is using a single cloud-based platform for social service caseworkers that saves time, eliminates silos and better serves beneficiaries of child, juvenile and adult assistance.
The Defense Department and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration announced plans to issue a challenge to accelerate development of software and telecom technologies for an open 5G stack ecosystem in support of DOD missions.
A successful cloud-based system must combine deep functionality with the last-mile capabilities that allow smaller jurisdictions to continue the march to greater efficiency and constant innovation.
The Defense Information Systems Agency will be absorbing the Defense Department’s Cloud Computing Program Office by the end of January, the agency's director said.
A learning management system that can mix the soft skills of in-person instruction with virtual instruction creates technologists equipped to rebuild the government's crumbling digital infrastructure.
FirstNet’s infrastructure was damaged by fire and water, but portable cell towers that link to the wireless public safety network via satellite came online within hours and provided connectivity to responders.
The House, with new members from the 2020 elections freshly sworn-in, passed bipartisan legislation aimed at standardizing the processes federal agencies use to on-ramp cloud computing technologies.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made the need for fast, reliable internet connectivity a high priority. Governments at all levels have stepped up to help, but challenges persist.