To address elections vulnerabilities, best security practices must be applied across the board – from voter registration systems to tabulation machines.
Although states have long relied on mainframes for enterprise applications, IT managers say they don't see future demand for mainframe computing power.
There are multiple forces pushing CIOs toward different priorities. A NASCIO report takes a look at what those are and how to balance them.
Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed a wearable suite of sensors first responders can use track multiple victims' medical data.
Stuck with decades-old technology, the nation’s largest Medicaid program forces federal officials to sift through thousands of documents by hand rather than sending electronic files.
The ability to quickly create integrated applications is changing how Oakland, Calif., officials interact with local residents.
A new resources aims to help local governments better assess the potential risks of decision-making algorithms.
More than one-third of counties overseeing toss-up congressional elections have email systems that could be vulnerable to hacking, a ProPublica survey finds.
Fremont, Calif., wants to work more closely with established and startup tech companies on traffic management.
Researchers have developed a toolkit that pulls posts from a certain geographic region, filters them based on specific keywords, examines clusters of posts and flags trending or unusual topics.