Vastly improved technology, electronic medical records and pressure to control ever rising medical costs have helped spur the growth of telemedicine in corrections.
ProudCity promises to take the pain out of site development for small and mid-sized city government.
Virginia’s Department of Health and the Department of Motor Vehicles have teamed up to issue copies of birth, marriage and divorce certificates at the DMV.
By surveying the mobile app’s users, the city hopes to improve access to services and information.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers named cybersecurity the top item in its advocacy agenda.
AT&T announced an Internet of Things smart city framework and a new set of IoT developer tools.
The Census Business Builder: Regional Analyst Edition lets users select the economic sector, location and data variables via an interactive map.
In its capacity as both a safety watchdog and a commercial vehicle user, government plays a role in the development of the automated vehicles -- for large fleets and consumer vehicles alike.
After a year of consultation with industry and public safety officials, FirstNet released the final request for proposals for the nationwide, wireless, interoperable broadband communications network for first responders.
The federal government is backing off its demand that states bring their driver’s licenses and state ID cards to federal standards or see their residents face greater hassles at airports.
Following the resignation of Adel Ebeid late last year, Philadelphia is on the hunt for a new chief innovation officer.
The governor’s proposal will add cell and Wi-Fi service to underground train stations, mobile digital fare payments and more.
Speaking at CES in Las Vegas, CTO Megan Smith outlined the administration’s initiatives for an innovation ecosystem that encourages public, private and academic participation.
IT managers in Tennessee, Philadelphia and Boulder, Colo., offer insights for integrating the analytics.usa.gov dashboard into state and local government.