Systems will support tracking products and issuing licenses to the medical cannabis industry.
A state-commissioned survey in Tennessee finds that the vast majority of residents have access to broadband but choose to use cheaper internet services instead.
RadResponder is a cloud-based radiation data collection system that gives first responders standardized services for managing radiation data.
Open Counter’s tools are set up to guide license seekers through the complexities of opening a business, but they are also generating data that is giving cities insights into their local economies.
Working with Buildingeye, the city plans to create an interactive map showing the locations and details of recent permits, violations and inspections.
Disappearing links and deleted videos plague the legal system from cop to court and everywhere in between.
Artificial intelligence and semantic technology from Monster Government Solutions help automate parts of the decision-making process.
Eckerd Rapid Safety Feedback software analyzes child welfare data and flags high-risk cases so that they can be more thoroughly reviewed by front-line staff.
Virginia Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine announced nearly $1 million in National Science Foundation funding to create a 'workforce pipeline' straight into the drone economy for both vehicle operators and industry researchers.
Focusing on governance, knowledge sharing and sustainability, Code for America will concentrate on three core areas for civic innovation: healthy communities, economic development, and safety and justice.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is asking for input on guidelines for states building and funding their own networks.
California is overhauling the way it collects information for its massive cancer database in the hope of improving how patients are treated for the disease.
StormSense, a new flood forecasting project, will give emergency managers in coastal towns flood predictions so accurate that residents can be notified if they need to move their car one street over.
To help connect rural communities with medical specialists and educational programs in other parts of the country, the Department of Agriculture is awarding $23.4 million in grants to fund distance learning and telemedicine projects in 32 states.