The Port of Seattle is using NextRequest, a cloud-based public records management portal, to simplify the request process for both citizens and the government employees who field the questions.
As federal and state and local agencies wrestle with laws and regulations governing drones, is a technology solution the best option?
Policies governing body worn cameras need some clarification before New York City expands its pilot program to 1,000 officers.
In Chicago, public safety organizations are testing an LTE broadband network to see how well it can transmit data and video in a high-density urban police district.
The Department of Health and Human Services awarded the Advance Interoperable Health Information Technology Services program with $29.6 million to support health care information sharing.
Broadband initiatives are heating up across the United States at all levels of government.
Crisis Text Line provides a glimpse of the possibilities of a successful next-generation 911 implementation.
For roughly 30 years the FBI has virtually ignored a system meant to help cops track the behavioral patterns of violent criminals.
The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice will become the first state agency to conduct risk assessments using predictive analytics.
The Tennessee Department of Correction launched its Felony Offender Search mobile app that lets citizens look up information about past and present Tennessee felony offenders from their mobile devices.
Teams have until mid-October to create apps, games or other technology products that address the city’s affordable housing, zero waste, connected cities and civic engagement issues.
The Canadian city of Surrey is the first to use Watson’s natural language-based cognitive computing technology to improve 311 responses.
Patients at a rural outdoor health clinic got treatment and a place in history thanks to a program that used drones to deliver medical supplies.
SituMap lets multiple users navigate maps and draw on them while collaborating on a Microsoft Surface table.