The unlikely heroes of Taiwan’s success are civic tech hacktivists, the coders and activists who the country’s celebrity digital minister Audrey Tang described as the “nobodies” who “hack democracy.”
New York’s Office of Information Technology Services formed a COVID-19 Technology SWAT Team to build IT solutions quickly -- and at no cost.
To support social distancing, the National Museum of African American History and Culture is developing a strategy to convert elements of its in-person interactive exhibits to mobile apps.
Analytics technology can pore through thousands of unemployment claims filed across many different accounts, reducing fraud and adding speed and confidence to the payment process.
Distributed ledger technology has been proposed as a cure for pandemic related issues, including supply chain management, funds distribution, absentee voting and social distancing.
In times of crisis, agencies know that decision-making ability and response time are only as good as the information in their supplier database.
The General Services Administration is counting on software-defined networking to help it manage demand for connectivity in offices nationwide, according to one of the agency's key IT managers.
An essential element for recovery planning collecting and analyzing data to help policy-makers understand how workforce, health care and social services programs interact with one another, a new report says.