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Teams will assist in the state’s coronavirus response for three-month service deployments and address issues in technology, operations, analytics and communications.
MiPasa will combine verified, siloed health and location data, but be fully private, only sharing data between government and health institutions.
The major carriers are boosting network support for responders, remote workers and students during the pandemic.
Public- and private-sector innovators are trying to break bottlenecks in the medical equipment supply chain with additive manufacturing, but the need vastly overwhelms current capabilities.
The Los Angeles Information Technology Agency built a telework platform that gives remote staff members access their office computer, including full access to any installed software, files, shared drives and more.
Many people already can -- and more people could easily be allowed to -- vote before Election Day, or even vote from home, by casting their ballots on paper and mailing them in or dropping them off at a municipal office.
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has updated its list identifying IT and communications infrastructure workers deemed critical during the COVID-19 response.
We might be fine with disaster drones ferrying urgent medical supplies, but how would we feel if they were indistinguishable from drones piloted by police, the military or private security companies? Now is the best time for policymakers to set limits on how drones can be used in public space.
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