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The American Broadband Initiative aims to streamline permitting policies, lower the cost of wired and wireless build-outs and maximize the impact of federal funding.
As easy targets with high value, cities often fall victim to phishing attacks launched from common applications, such as Acrobat Reader, Microsoft Word and Chrome.
Since launching the SmartHealth program, the state has seen a 25 percent reduction in employee turnover, a 37 percent reduction in overtime and a 10 percent drop in the number of sick days taken.
Graph analysis uncovers contextual information inherent in connections and can yield incredible insights that do not surface through other primitive analyses.
The July 2018 Jack Voltaic 2.0 exercise demonstrated gaps in operational and legal authorities as well as confusion about first response.
The West Virginia Secretary of State’s office explains how the first statewide blockchain voting pilot for overseas voters came together.
Cities and counties using self-release "SmartBoots" speed up and improve the collection of delinquent parking tickets and make it easier for motorists to pay and go.
Although a joint report says foreign agents did not have "material impact" on election infrastructure, states are asking Congress to help pay for new, more secure equipment.
State and local government innovators are experimenting with services that leverage technology-enabled finance.
Less than a 2 percent difference in the 2020 population count could mean gaining or losing a congressional seat.
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