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More than $200 million will be invested in network upgrades and expansion of FirstNet’s fleet of deployable assets.
Data and analytics can provide insights into domestic abuse plaguing both children and adults during the pandemic.
Some state public health agencies are using Salesforce’s Work.com to help with contact tracing ahead of reopening.
As the initial wave of the pandemic plateaus, data leaders have time to refresh the data strategy and define tangible steps to ensure data quality, reduce time to get actionable insights, share data with external stakeholders and increase data literacy.
The debates about reimagining existing law enforcement practices must include a discussion about police surveillance because technology cannot address the deeper issues of race, power and privacy that lie at the heart of modern-day policing.
COVID-19 highlighted the need for county and city governments to provide their workers and K-12 students with internet connections and related technology, especially laptops.
Staff at Tennessee State Parks built GIS apps to assess risk to visitors and staff, keep the governor’s office informed and alert the public to changes in parks’ status.
Many polling locations did not open on time, some of the newly purchased equipment malfunctioned, many poll workers were unfamiliar with the machines and polling locations lacked backup paper ballots.
The company announced that it will no longer sell general-purpose facial recognition or analysis software.
Researchers are looking to prevent false data injections from disrupting energy and water control systems.
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