The Ray, a Georgia-based living lab for transportation innovation, has partnered with agencies in Georgia and Central Texas on sustainability and connected and autonomous vehicle infrastructure.
In the wake of breach into a water treatment plant in Oldmar, Fla., the Biden administration plans to issue an executive order focused on the industrial control systems.
Kansas, Wisconsin and Hawaii have begun replacing their legacy UI systems with more agile, scalable platforms.
An electronically signed version of driver’s license information on users’ mobile devices gives them control over what they choose to share.
Lawmakers in 47 states have introduced nearly 850 bills to expand early voting, restore voting rights for people with felony convictions and set up automatic voter registration, among other measures.
The technology offers traffic courts a way to ensure COVID safety without compromising justice, customer service or a local government’s bottom line.
With the census data needed to draw new legislative districts delayed until fall, some states are using alternative data, such as Census Bureau estimates of population and race, or approximations based on births and residential construction to estimate population down to the block level.
A new report found roughly 200 opportunities for improvement and streamlining that could yield between $600 million and $900 million in savings.
Philadelphia’s innovation initiative has plans to improve food distribution, map the built environment and improve roads by breaking down data silos and facilitating cross-agency collaboration.
The Iowa Communications Network is using the FirstNet infrastructure to provide a separate, redundant network for 911 traffic.