Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s AutoBEM software suite can make energy-saving recommendations for every building in the country.
While practices vary, states are largely unable to determine what share of sales taxes is coming from online sales and often lack an effective way of making sure businesses comply.
The project will deliver very specific climate predictions that will help officials understand vulnerabilities in the New York Power Authority’s grid to future climate impacts.
Using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to modernize legacy systems by moving to the cloud and expanding workforce and analytics tools, agencies can expedite pandemic recovery while forging a strategic path to long-term benefits and overall service improvements.
The Defense Innovation Unit is looking for situational awareness of potential disruptions to global navigation satellite systems.
The Boulder, Colo., Police Department’s new open data portal lets the public view and download crime data as part of an effort to boost transparency and reduce crime.
While object storage is a common solution for cold storage, recent advances make it ideal for artificial intelligence applications, which require higher performance storage.
The nation must be prepared not just for disruption of GPS signals, but for the cascading effects that disruption would have across sectors.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced a partnership with the National Security Agency, the creation of a chief data officer and chief privacy officer positions and a new university institute to tackle the state’s cyber challenges.
The Fire and Smoke Map shows fine particle pollution from permanent EPA and Forest Service AirNow monitors, temporary monitors deployed by agencies for smoke events and crowdsourced low-cost sensors.