Kansas, Missouri, Montana and Washington will participate in the National Governors Association’s 2021 Policy Academy where they will refine and share best practices in cybersecurity governance, workforce development, critical infrastructure security and local engagement and partnership.
Vertical location services can give emergency workers vital situational awareness and help keep them safe when responding to incidents in multistory buildings.
Managing a city’s integrated ecosystem means using data for the collective benefit of the city, public and private sector.
Congressional Democrats are asking the Labor Department to develop and maintain a set of modular functions states can use to modernize their unemployment compensation programs.
Three rural North Carolina counties are participating in a pilot program aimed at improving internet access for families of school-age children via the SpaceX Starlink service.
The federal government’s digital services shop 18F will be partnering with Wisconsin to help it modernize its unemployment insurance system through an agile procurement process.
Exposure notification apps can help slow the virus’ spread, but health department officials say limited data the apps collect is the tradeoff required to assuage privacy concerns.
Philadelphia is working on an urban mining tool that analyzes data from construction permits and building trends to identify when and where builders can find recycled materials.
After partnering with a local startup, the city has access to two virtual reality training programs that focus infrequent events where large numbers of injured require significant attention.
Android-based enterprise-grade mobile devices offer more security, productivity and lifecycle benefits than legacy solutions.