Best in Class recognitions highlight the public-sector potential of automation, machine learning, IoT and drone defenses.
The West Virginia Secretary of State estimates 144 voters in 30 different countries used the app to cast secure, anonymous ballots.
These 36 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants to use blockchain to get health responders into crisis zones faster.
ROV-E is an open-source project that high school science classes and others interested in engineering can use to build robots themselves.
Health and Human Services' BuySmarter initiative capitalizes on machine learning, robotic process automation and blockchain to access real-time information on departmentwide pricing.
Customs and Border Protection is looking for more efficient ways to track goods coming into the United States, and blockchain could be part of the answer.
To reduce the time state workers spend on repetitive tasks, Ohio’s Department of Administrative Services has turned to bots.
The Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment gives federal, state, local and tribal first responders a virtual collaborative training environment.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has brought a software-defined environment to the backbone of the Department of Defense Information Network,