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By harnessing their existing data and leveraging internet-of-things technologies, cities can increase efficiency and improve citizen services.
By separating the repository where data lives from the system that displays it, designers can create content once and distribute it across multiple channels, displaying it on any device.
While states try to boost their 2020 readiness, Mueller’s description of Russian interference is a reminder of the threat to the nation’s 8,000 election offices.
Agencies must future-proof their emergency communications with systems that improve efficiency, safety and response times.
Over $2.7 billion was lost to cyber crime in 2018, according to the FBI's latest annual Internet Crime Report.
Efforts to counter disinformation and influence campaigns, as well as state-sponsored hacking and leaking efforts targeting political campaigns, remain a work in progress.
Most states are addressing privacy issues, and the number of dedicated CPOs is on the rise.
The high-speed wireless network can make it easier for the Navy to work with the local public-safety community.
The technology can improve the way agencies handle their most sensitive evidence and data, enhance interagency cooperation and promote greater public trust in the integrity of investigations.
As agencies migrate more services to the cloud, they may need a new approach to funding.
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