The Voting Solutions for All People Tally Version 1.0 is now certified for public use in Los Angeles County.
To boost cybersecurity efforts ahead of the November elections, a number of companies are offering election officials and campaigns free security tools.
Although federal, state and local agencies can buy drone deterrence equipment, the technology comes with a slew of regulatory and legal considerations, federal and private aviation law experts said.
These 36 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
Despite government's increasing use of social media, many employees who work with the technology say agencies can use it more effectively.
Regular reports to the governor and the appointment of chief privacy officers shows states' increasing their focus on cybersecurity, according to a survey by the National Association of Chief Information Officers.
The federal government has released data on how states will spend $380 million set aside for election infrastructure. But questions remain about how much it will help secure the 2018 election.
To ensure the public's trust, more states are hiring privacy officers who understand the rules and risks around the release of personal information.
As part of its smart city initiative, the Ohio city wants a single smartphone app to help people plan and pay for door-to-door transit.
The Election Assistance Commission provides details on states' plans to protect the security, accessibility and efficiency of federal elections.