The federal government’s digital services shop 18F will be partnering with Wisconsin to help it modernize its unemployment insurance system through an agile procurement process.
Exposure notification apps can help slow the virus’ spread, but health department officials say limited data the apps collect is the tradeoff required to assuage privacy concerns.
Philadelphia is working on an urban mining tool that analyzes data from construction permits and building trends to identify when and where builders can find recycled materials.
After partnering with a local startup, the city has access to two virtual reality training programs that focus infrequent events where large numbers of injured require significant attention.
Android-based enterprise-grade mobile devices offer more security, productivity and lifecycle benefits than legacy solutions.
Experts say the sorts of rudimentary vulnerabilities revealed in the cyberbreach at a water treatment plant in Florida -- including the lack of an internet firewall and the use of shared passwords and outdated software -- are common among America’s 151,000 public water systems.
With a mobile app that collects data from public transit riders, artificial intelligence and analysis help from CloudBank, researchers are building dashboards residents can use to support claims of inadequate service.
Real-time endpoint data from in-vehicle sensors at accident scenes can give EMS teams the data they need to to improve lifesaving efforts.
Using a robot to automate the sewage concentration in samples collected from community wastewater surveillance programs dramatically reduces the time it takes to get results.
Police departments, prisons, schools, hospitals and major technology firms were among the 24,000 organizations that had their cloud-based surveillance video breached by an international hacker group.