Monitoring the number of positive COVID-19 cases, quarantines and vaccinated personnel will help North Carolina officials allocate appropriate resources to keep responders safe.
A new self-learning system uses machine learning to improve the coordination of vehicles passing through intersections.
Integrating a city's IT infrastructure with data from social media and smart devices can help improve the detection and mitigation of outbreaks.
Now that the election is over, state and local governments are turning their attention to ways that data and geographic information systems can aid in redistricting efforts.
Those charged with unemployment oversight need the ability to monitor large volumes of unemployment insurance claims, registration and other types of data to identify patterns and signals pointing to potential fraud.
Despite its potential, low-latency edge cloud for smart cities unlikely to make a major impact this year, a new report predicts.
With disaster recovery solutions, state and local government agencies can quickly restore service to constituents and minimize the impact of potential disruptions.
States are struggling to plan their vaccination programs with just one week’s notice for how many doses they’ll receive from the federal government. The incoming Biden administration is deciding what to do with this dysfunctional system.
An independent non-profit, StateRAMP will offer cloud security verification services to state and local government agencies.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers is advocating for harmonized federal cybersecurity regulations, a dedicated cybersecurity grant program for state and local governments and widespread adoption of the .gov domain.