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The states that can handle the increasing workload without system outages or other problems are the ones that properly leverage their existing infrastructures.
A cloud-based solution lets paramedics video chat with residents to assess their symptoms and movements without risking unnecessary exposure in the field.
An app that helps volunteers count of homeless populations has been adapted to perform health and wellness checks on people experiencing homelessness during the coronavirus pandemic.
The State Municipal Assistant for Response and Transition Act would provide $500 billion in funding to state and municipal governments to offset the economic impacts of COVID-19.
This year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s hurricane season guidance also addresses the complications introduced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
An affluent Indianapolis suburb took an unusual step to keep residents safe: All city employees who deal directly with the public were tested weekly even if they showed no symptoms.
Indiana Department of Transportation is working with Purdue University researchers to build intelligent infrastructure that is adaptive, sustainable and resilient.
Adding virtual agents to sites and call centers helped Illinois and New York clear unemployment claim backlogs and accelerated their IT modernization plans.
Municipalities that protect valuable citizen data should prioritize remote-work security strategies to ease potentially crippling burdens on staff and enhance constituent trust.
To secure criminal, medical and financial data for about 4,500 inmates across several facilities, the Delaware Department of Correction relies on a solid data protection strategy.
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