The General Services Administration is considering a multiple-award blanket purchase agreement that would make cloud infrastructure, storage, software and services available to federal agencies and state, local and tribal governments.
Ransomware attacks have taken down 911 systems, prevented officers from checking suspects’ criminal histories during traffic stops and blocked access to investigative files or video, impeding investigations. In some cases, prosecutors have had to drop criminal cases.
A cloud-based secure email gateway has helped the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services decrease the threat from inbound malware messages.
A dataset of tweets that captures people’s sleep-wake status, local events and roadway accidents and construction was able to bridge the information gap created by the overnight lull in traffic.
States need more than a one-time cash infusion to support continuous modernization of unemployment insurance systems.
Twelve databases will be added to the Treasury Department’s multiagency, governmentwide Do Not Pay portal.
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and National Renewable Energy Laboratory have partnered with Chattanooga on the use of simulations to determine controls that would deliver energy efficiency while also optimizing drivers’ travel time, speed and safety.
To ensure the safety of residents, agencies should implement communication and collaboration platforms that enable targeted emergency notifications and streamline coordination between responder teams.
Residents of Louisiana can now have an electronic version of their COVID-19 vaccination records added to their LA Wallet, the state’s digital drivers’ license mobile application.
GerryChain uses mathematical and computational models to generate a representative collection of maps that would meet legal voting rules and priorities for new districts.