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Virginia's Framework for Addiction Analysis and Community Transformation lets agencies share data while protecting privacy,
Henderson, Nev., is using an artificial intelligence solution from Waycare to analyze traffic-related data and predict -- and eventually prevent -- accidents.
After years of maintaining storage space to house boxes full of paper, the Norfolk, Va., Department of IT has digitized its business processes, creating 50 new workflows at half of the city’s 24 departments so far.
The New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services' color-coded maps give officials a quick sense of the major risks across the state or where capabilities are low.
A cloud-based tool lets communities inventory and calculate their greenhouse gas emissions, generate forecasts and monitor communitywide climate mitigation efforts.
The Accelerate R2 Network Challenge aims to create a nationwide network of organizations that support innovation, entrepreneurship and investment in response and resiliency technologies.
State agencies are applying artificial intelligence like a salve to ease pain points such as workforce shortages and budget constraints, a NASCIO report says.
The few small-scale tests run so far have identified problems and vulnerabilities in the digital systems and government administrative procedures that must be resolved before blockchain-based voting can be considered safe and trustworthy.
A St. Louis pilot is pushing interoperable sharing of city and sensor data and creating a reference architecture for first responders’ awareness and communication that other cities can use to build similar setups.
Small teams of senior engineers, designers and product managers will work with agency staff to deliver user-centered solutions to Colorado's most pressing technical challenges.
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