While extracting value from mobile applications can be challenging for local governments, most are on the path to delivering information and services anywhere, anytime on any device.
The Coast Guard said it wants to build an interface to take advantage of geo-positioning and other metadata produced by 911 call centers.
Since Indiana launched mobile device management software to push internally developed applications, access to public information has been streamlined and downloads to its app store have boomed.
Recent modifications to IT standards confirm a changing approach to security, interoperability, and performance metrics by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
All 24 agencies required to comply with the Digital Government Strategy have made efforts to improve their mobile digital services, but so far much of the work has been in planning rather than execution.
The Transportation Department issued a pre-solicitation notice for a working model of a connected vehicle transportation system.
The LTE Demonstration Network will give first responders the chance to use some of the next generation LTE devices that will bring the power of broadband data to local, tribal, state and federal responders.
Several municipal governments have created mobile apps that allow residents to better track and participate in snowstorm response.
Endaga's CCN1 low-power, open source cellular network provides voice and data service to standard mobile phones.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Vetting the Security of Mobile Applications aims to help organizations assess the security and privacy risks associated with mobile apps.
The Case Advice app pulls data from a variety of back-office systems and makes it available to case workers while they’re in the field.
FirstNet began discussions with agencies to see how they can best leverage the nationwide public safety network.
CACI, Appcelerator join forces in developing a tool to help agencies develop and release secure apps on schedule and within budget.
Partnering with the private sector, Michigan has created a mobile application for Medicaid recipients to view their medical records and coverage remotely.