The frequent, high-quality images and a web service map make it easier for Durham, N.C., to bill stormwater runoff fees.
The state's new website template is the first step in a larger unification initiative that’s putting cloud and mobile first.
Open financial data can make it less expensive for municipalities to borrow money and easier report compliance information.
State inspectors have turned to mobile apps, which are saving some of them hours a day and millions of taxpayer dollars.
As software increasingly moves to the cloud, platforms are becoming a fast way to deliver new and more comprehensive functionality.
States are strengthening their election infrastructure, institutionalizing threat information sharing and implementing software-defined access solutions.
A new report, NYC Data at Work, highlights how open data powers government efficiency in New York City.
The National Governors Association has a released a roadmap to help states leverage new opportunities and stay ahead of the advancing technology.
While enterprising attackers target government workers, solutions that combine the best of machine learning with expert human analysis can help stop, block and remediate advanced phishing attacks.
A multipronged effort aims to secure the city by investing in cybersecurity technology, entrepreneurs, a skilled workforce and empowering residents to better protect themselves against threats.