Local initiatives will make a lasting difference if they do not end up being merely temporary ways to cope with the pandemic but remain as part of a long-term strategy to make basic educational opportunities available for all.
Cloud-based security tools enable detailed monitoring of user behavior, allowing agencies to understand what’s normal, detect when data is being accessed that shouldn’t and block the highest risks.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds is coming under fire for using millions in federal coronavirus relief funds to pay for two IT projects that some consider unrelated to the pandemic.
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has called on Google Cloud to help it expedite unemployment insurance claims processing.
To help establish a sustainable presence on the Moon, NASA is developing LunaNet, a relay communications and navigation architecture that will make it easier for devices to communicate with each other and with Earth.
As conservation of water resources becomes more critical, a new web application aims to help water managers and farmers in the West more accurately track water consumption by crops and other vegetation.
Both novices and experts can take advantage of over 7,000 classes to stay current with advancing technologies and learn digital skills they can use to build efficiencies into their jobs.
The Department of Energy and the state of West Virginia have both signed on with Google Cloud to take advantage of its Google Cloud Platform and Google Workspace productivity and collaboration solution.
These 21 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
To “pause the bleed of growth” at the California county’s 40-plus departments, the CIO’s office set up a central cloud platform to help it broker IT resources.