The secure and reliable systems may not take on new jobs, but they are helping states manage the growing workloads for current applications like health insurance.
Some frequently asked questions (and answers) about California's new law to secure connected devices.
Cities should generate and share local-scale information on greenhouse gases to demonstrate transparency and show that progress is real and not just on paper.
Sterling academic institutions have helped bring tech jobs and innovation to the area, keeping the city's educated young population growing even as the overall number of residents declines.
About 84 percent of registered voters were put at increased risk of having their personal data exposed in the run up to the midterm elections.
HHS Accelerate, which used distributed-ledger technology, machine learning and artificial intelligence, can now go into production with live data.
Cities are understanding that it makes more sense to reduce parking supply, set more efficient regulations and incentivize the use of non-automobile modes than to provide abundant, free parking.
Machine-readable financial data would allow citizens to keep an eye on spending, streamline municipal bond financing and help local governments meet their reporting requirements.
To ensure that emergency response teams using drones can all perform basic maneuvers, NIST has developed test methods that measure both the capabilities of drones and the skill of their pilots.
Under the Connected Citizens Program, participating cities and states get filtered data based on aggregated traffic information Waze collects from their communities of drivers.