The IT security team and the Office of Emergency Management in Arapahoe County, Colo., are working together to improve cybersecurity incident response.
Citizens will expect the comforts and conveniences of virtual appointments and a world without waiting in line to remain even after the pandemic subsides..
A use-of-force simulation experiment used virtual reality to study factors that might help reduce deadly encounters between law enforcement officers and civilians.
The right grant management solution can alleviate short-term administrative burden for workforces, promote long-term economic recovery for governments and future-proof digital transformation efforts.
Data tools developed by Argonne National Laboratory provide insight into estimated losses in fees, taxes and other revenue sources that impact economic activity.
Scientists are using data from Google Maps and satellite images in artificial intelligence applications that can automatically identify characteristics of city’s buildings that would be vulnerable in a natural disaster.
Fraudulent and improper payments have soared during the pandemic, prompting agencies to investigate new and more sophisticated detection methods.
The General Services Administration is considering a multiple-award blanket purchase agreement that would make cloud infrastructure, storage, software and services available to federal agencies and state, local and tribal governments.
Ransomware attacks have taken down 911 systems, prevented officers from checking suspects’ criminal histories during traffic stops and blocked access to investigative files or video, impeding investigations. In some cases, prosecutors have had to drop criminal cases.
A cloud-based secure email gateway has helped the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services decrease the threat from inbound malware messages.