Besides increasing transparency, checkbook websites can identify inefficiencies and reduce the amount of time spent by staff filling information requests.
By licensing its Radio Internet-Protocol Communications Module, the Department of Homeland Security hopes to help responder organizations easily and inexpensively upgrade their legacy communications systems.
Compared to industry sites, state legislature websites fall short in the web technologies that enhance user experience.
The onTRAC system identifies achievement trends, tracks progress for students and provides a breakdown of critical data that teachers can use to create personalized learning plans.
Maryland’s Frederick County installed mobile data terminals into 172 fire rescue vehicles that enable real-time data and reduce dispatch-generated voice radio traffic.
Bloomberg Philanthropies selected eight cities for its What Works Cities initiative, a $42 million program to help 100 cities enhance their use of data to improve the lives of residents.
Researchers in Chicago have identified a host of risk factors that could lead to heath code violations and other analytics to help an overwhelmed food sanitation division inspect restaurants faster.
New York City's Department of Education will work with Amazon to create an ebook marketplace for the city’s 1,800 schools.
The new Intergraph system streamlines data input, organization and sharing.
The new Open and Protected Data Policy accelerates the city’s open data and transparency plans and expands its open data portal.
The state’s Industrial Commission has collected $1 million in civil penalties and increased employer compliance.
The Port of Seattle is using NextRequest, a cloud-based public records management portal, to simplify the request process for both citizens and the government employees who field the questions.
As federal and state and local agencies wrestle with laws and regulations governing drones, is a technology solution the best option?
Policies governing body worn cameras need some clarification before New York City expands its pilot program to 1,000 officers.