The Obama administration on Nov. 17 announced $100 million in grants to boost IT-sector employment through the TechHire initiative.
Five U.S. cities took away awards in AWS credit as winners of Amazon Web Services’ City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge that acknowledged innovative and impactful local government solutions.
As local governments ramp up spending on IoT solutions, the return on investment financially, socially and economically shows a promising trend.
When the Defense Information Systems Agency used its experience with complex IT contracts to help FirstNet with its initial contract, it got lessons in spectrum management in return.
A report by the Leadership Conference and Upturn evaluates the policies governing body -orn cameras at police departments across the country.
A partnership between Los Angeles, Philips and Ericsson will install 100 energy efficient streetlights that also deliver improved network performance in dense urban areas.
Electronic data collection will increase offender identification compliance.
Code for America fellows built three open source tools to improve the city’s procurement process.
The state’s Drupal Standard Operating platform was made available to state agencies in December 2014, as part of a plan to eventually migrate all state sites to a common system.
A new study compares the cybersecurity posture of different levels of government.
There is a new way cities can provide broadband to residents – via Wi-Fi hotspots embedded into manholes.
Hitachi predictive technology for law enforcement combines real-time social media and Internet data feeds with historical data.
Some states make it impossible to use a child’s Social Security number and other identifying information to establish credit, and in Utah parents can have their child’s identifying information monitored by the state.
Department of Homeland Security’s Arctic Domain Awareness Center to better understand the Arctic environment and its challenges.