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Agencies and emergency managers are testing a new web-based hurricane decision support platform that will be rolling out in 2019.
Ahead of an auction to lease land for energy exploration, the state is combining public information with specialized seismic data to attract prospective bidders.
Pittsburgh's Data Rivers project speeds data integration and cleanup and improves troubleshooting of the city's data pipelines.
These 36 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
NYC Planning Labs builds interactive maps and open source tools to explain how New York City's zoning process works.
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An effective data analytics program requires more than buying the right platform. It needs a top-down commitment to people, policies and processes.
Data on household electricity consumption could help transit agencies predict morning traffic congestion, new research suggests.
In a new memo citing risks from devices, applications and services with geolocation capabilities, the Defense Department prohibits their use in areas designated for military operations.
The administrative dashboards will break down silos and improve decision-making.
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