Streamlining and harmonizing federal cybersecurity and data privacy regulations, updating legacy technology and upskilling the workforce would help state and local governments get more out of their IT investments.
MIT’s Pandemic Technology Project is tracking each state’s stance on vaccine passports, noting whether the technology is in active use, under consideration or banned -- and linking to relevant legislation and sources.
Ground robots are typically used to go into places that searchers can’t fit into and go farther than search cameras can.
The Chemical and Bio-Defense Testbed evaluates cost-effective technologies that can help officials detect and mitigate chemical and biological threats inside an actual subway environment.
Inadequate minimum broadband speeds and affordability issues make it hard to close the digital divide, state broadband experts say.
The Rapid Analytics for Disaster Response analytics and modeling suite combines artificial intelligence, cloud computing and damage assessment tools to predict path of wildfires and evaluate potential damage.
After officials in Tulsa, Okla., refused to pay a ransom to unlock their systems, the attackers ratcheted up the pressure on the city by sharing personal information of some residents to the dark web.
Open-source software can help city planners understand the links between nature and human wellbeing and evaluate the tradeoffs between development and conservation.
By engaging authentically and meaningfully with constituents over social media, agencies can vastly improve trust and strengthen constituent relationships.
Washington state’s Bluetooth-powered WA Notify app likely prevented about 6,000 cases and may have saved over 100 lives.