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An affluent Indianapolis suburb took an unusual step to keep residents safe: All city employees who deal directly with the public were tested weekly even if they showed no symptoms.
Indiana Department of Transportation is working with Purdue University researchers to build intelligent infrastructure that is adaptive, sustainable and resilient.
Adding virtual agents to sites and call centers helped Illinois and New York clear unemployment claim backlogs and accelerated their IT modernization plans.
Municipalities that protect valuable citizen data should prioritize remote-work security strategies to ease potentially crippling burdens on staff and enhance constituent trust.
To secure criminal, medical and financial data for about 4,500 inmates across several facilities, the Delaware Department of Correction relies on a solid data protection strategy.
Drones that monitor social distance, scan crowds and test temperatures worry the public, civil liberties advocates and some in the drone industry.
Lawmakers have become increasingly concerned with how states deliver social services and how recipients can access benefits.
Europe’s debates about COVID-19 have many similarities with those in the United States. Governments have to balance economics with lifesaving public health actions. They don’t always get it right.
A free instant messenger network called UrbanLeague lets city managers and CIOs connect on specific issues related to coronavirus response.
As the coronavirus pandemic lays bare America’s digital divide, some advocates argue that now is the time to make a big, bold investment in the country’s broadband infrastructure.
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