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Maps and red-yellow-green indicators for key indicators give decision-makers a structured understanding of how a state or county is performing.
Whether states and local governments can pull off a virtual voting program may depend on the technology’s ability to validate and track every vote while simultaneously maintaining the trust of constituents.
Teleworking, videoconferencing and expanding bandwidth prove that local government is ready for a renaissance in services delivery.
Federal agencies should coordinate on state agencies’ cybersecurity assessments, including leveraging other agencies’ assessments or conducting joint reviews, the Government Accountability Office says.
As summer brings hurricanes, wildfires and other disasters to much of the country, the novel coronavirus has upended nearly every plan in the disaster response playbook.
Combining intelligent transportation systems and consumer real-time traffic apps is a less expensive and more effective way to reduce congestion than spending funds to expand roadways, researchers say.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan called in the National Guard to help the state not just with its pandemic response but also with cybersecurity assessments.
The states that can handle the increasing workload without system outages or other problems are the ones that properly leverage their existing infrastructures.
A cloud-based solution lets paramedics video chat with residents to assess their symptoms and movements without risking unnecessary exposure in the field.
An app that helps volunteers count of homeless populations has been adapted to perform health and wellness checks on people experiencing homelessness during the coronavirus pandemic.
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