The lessons learned from the early builder projects help FirstNet evaluate technical standards and capabilities, test new equipment and refine plans for future rollouts.
Safety and Justice Challenge grant winners are working to address local justice disparities through innovative reforms.
Fast, secure and reliable communication is critical for local emergency managers and law enforcement agencies responsible for major events.
Government Accountability Office says implementing innovations may risk the Bureau’s ability to conduct a cost-effective census.
If Trump administration staff members are using an app that deletes messages after they are read, they may be in violation of records preservation rules.
Berkeley County, W.Va., is implementing a mass public safety notification system.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike’s 511PAConnect system lets motorists stuck in traffic send information and receive incident updates from emergency response teams.
Beyond ensuring overall network security, government cybersecurity specialists have several ways of locking down a smartphone.
When the Mesa, Ariz., SMS chatbot goes live in June, city residents will be able to get answers to text-message questions and pay bills.
These devices can address demanding environments, application-specific concerns as well as security and privacy issues facing government agencies.
The devices are increasing the efficiency of Massachusetts’ probation officers monitoring low-risk offenders mandated not to drink alcohol.
In a demonstration of security vulnerabilities in popular products, Federal Trade Commission researchers hacked into and took control of consumer-grade drones.
Unified, multimodal emergency communications can help municipalities share potentially life-saving information more efficiently and effectively.
An enhanced 911 solution lets users create online safety profiles that include any information they would want response teams to have in an emergency.