An open-source project that collects, quantifies and visualizes federal and state regulatory text allows policymakers to analyze the data when making decisions on regulations.
Centralized, cloud-based repositories that consolidate information make it easier for agencies to search for data needed to fulfill Freedom of Information Act requests.
A proof-of-concept in Riverside County, Calif., allows customers to select the records they need, authenticate themselves, pay for the copies and receive blockchain-secured digital documents within minutes.
The Department of Labor's new Office of Unemployment Insurance Modernization is tasked with managing the $2 billion already allotted to UI initiatives by the American Rescue Plan Act.
The tech company is working with states to create digital IDs from driver’s licenses for the Apple’s Wallet app.
Standards established by the Deepfake Task Force will enable the creation of a more powerful, flexible and reliable emergency alert system that can create messages in hundreds of languages and dialects – via text, audio or video.
Smart data integration and secure management of digital identities will help local governments better serve their communities, a new report says.
At least a dozen states are giving residents access to the software and web tools needed to map out how their government should represent them.
Due to the lasting impacts of COVID-19, governments have realized that the old ways of budgeting are no longer sustainable, and new technologies are needed to accelerate digital transformation.
Fraudsters are sending out emails and texts saying that an expired driver’s license must be updated and directing victims to online forms that collect personal information such as a Social Security numbers and dates of birth.