As part of the Vigilant Guard exercise, the Vermont National Guard will provide a cyber exercise range that will simulate an intrusion within a power distribution network.
The information collected will help law enforcement and public safety officials make informed purchasing decisions.
This year, states have enacted dozens of laws intended to give people greater control over who has access to their private activity and information, including where and how it is collected, stored, shared and used.
Applying geographic information systems to vector-borne disease surveillance and control allows agencies to effectively allocate surveillance and treatment resources.
What began as a project to improve service in city buildings has produced a surprising range of payoffs.
Pennsylvania’s Corrections Department’s interactive map shows the number of released inmates by county as well as their gender, race and risk score.
PreManage ED helps area hospitals share patient health records and other data in real time among their emergency departments.
Columbus, Ohio, will receive more than $50 million in funding and technology to help implement transportation technologies.
FirstNet officials maintain that they will meet the deadline and budget goals for the nationwide wireless public safety network.
Direct connectivity to the East Coast data hub is especially important for technology development in Montgomery County.
A new bill would open DHS' National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center to state and local agencies to share cyberthreat info.
As a partner in the Google CS First program, the Queens Library can expand its STEM activities and increase computer literacy in the community.
Fairfax County, Va., awarded a contract to a purchasing cooperative for IT products, services and solutions for state and local government, educational institutions and not-for-profit organizations.
The software giant is teaming up with Kind Financial to help states track and regulate cannibis with a cloud-based solution.