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The 2020 presidential election is right around the corner! An unfortunate pandemic has already been
upended that has required states to go back to the drawing board to re-evaluate how voting will take
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The CARES Act relief programs overwhelmed federal, state and local IT systems and led to numerous delays and interoperability challenges, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office
A new reports suggest the city’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority monitor mask use and physical distancing, speed passengers through stations and reduce touchpoints as commuters return to public transit.
The biggest IT challenge local governments faced during the COVID-19 pandemic has been scaling existing infrastructure to accommodate many more workers than they had planned for, IT leaders said.
Approximately three-quarters of states have chatbots helping agencies answer unemployment insurance or COVID-related questions, according to new research from the National Association of State CIOs.
With the free toolset, State governments can find newly available CARES grants, track the status of internal grant approvals, build workflows for signing off on subgrants and comply with transparency and reporting requirements.
Many law enforcement agencies have been launching voluntary doorbell camera registries so they can call on homeowners' videos to expedite investigations.
More than $200 million will be invested in network upgrades and expansion of FirstNet’s fleet of deployable assets.
Data and analytics can provide insights into domestic abuse plaguing both children and adults during the pandemic.
Some state public health agencies are using Salesforce’s Work.com to help with contact tracing ahead of reopening.
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