The tax, which is based on the idea that organizations using cloud services are essentially leasing access to a cloud provider’s hardware and software, may generate less revenue with so many city workers telecommuting.
DeepER, a model that uses recurrent neural networks and open data from New York City, predicts how long it takes from the time an incident is reported until it is closed.
A pilot program testing automated cybersecurity data feeds to state and local governments drastically reduced the time it took them to deploy defensive operations.
Cities across the country are taking their smart transit projects to the next level.
To improve mobility and traffic safety in downtown areas, some cities are testing technology that uses smartphone apps to give parking departments much-needed data.
Virtual court hearings allowed Elkhart County, Ind., to continue operations amid the closures forced by the coronavirus pandemic.
Outdated systems have contributed to delayed payments and false fraud accusations, but modernization also has brought automated decision-making that sidelines legitimate applications.
TranSEC delivers real-time estimations of street-level traffic that engineers can use to manage citywide traffic flow.
State election officials are working to codify many of the pandemic-specific changes that broadened ballot access over the past year, but some face an uphill battle.
More than any other single change, digitization can make a government more resilient in the face of disruption.