The program is expanding to include employment, education data to more accurately maps the impact mental health care can have.
States with modernized systems were able to stand up new programs faster than states that relied on legacy technology, according to a new report from the Labor Department's internal watchdog.
Sidewalk Labs' new low-infrastructure solution offers easy connectivity to monitor urban parking, space by space.
A cloud-based digital evidence management system has enabled the Galveston, Texas, Sheriff’s Office to improve data collection, storage and sharing.
The modeling methodology can help governments create an agile view of assets, develop strategies to guide investments and analyze data to model scenarios for applying infrastructure funds in the most strategic way possible.
This week, Pennsylvania begins migrating its unemployment compensation system from a 40-year-old mainframe to a new cloud-based platform.
To combat the rising number of cyberattacks, Utah’s Department of Technology Services is encrypting the data it shares internally and externally with other agencies and private entities.
Researchers at Texas A&M University found that not only does the frequency of phone use correlate to the number of distracted crashes on urban roads, but there’s a direct link between road geometrics -- the presence or absence of a shoulder or extra lanes -- and more phone use while driving.
About 25 cities this summer will work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to collect data to identify neighborhoods with extreme heat.
In the wake of the Nashville Christmas bombing that disrupted regional telecom service, the Tennessee Emergency Communications Board has been working with AT&T to ensure a more resilient 911 network.