Tech & Data
Cities like Sacramento are helping pilot a new measure of interaction between travel modes.
A standard called Enhanced Open aims to make using free networks more secure than it is now.
State election officials are mostly using new election security money to shore up the basics.
The Interior Department awarded spots on a five-year, $45 million contract to manage IT risk for more than 600 dams nationwide.
“When people get the opportunity to get the training they need, they can get great jobs,” said COO Sheryl Sandberg.
The bill comes amid an encryption debate that pits national security against cybersecurity.
For fire departments, nothing is more problematic than an out-of-service rig.
They’ve also been faster and safer than putting boots on the ground, an agency official said.
The ransomware that crippled Atlanta raises unanswered questions about how to communicate with citizens after a cyber-attack.
“Risk will never be zero so it has to be actively managed,” according to Jason Lally, data services manager for the city and county of San Francisco.
As civic technologists gather for this year’s Code for America Summit, there are some key themes worth repeating.
Those scraping by on six-figure salaries in Silicon Valley may be enticed by this ad campaign.
The partnership will evaluate electronic ballot systems among other technologies and policies.
Louisville, Kentucky is making the infrastructure for analyzing historic Waze data available to anyone who partners on the process.
The city's guide currently includes 120 locations and is still a work in progress.
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Customer experience is about more than customer satisfaction.
Broadband accessibility advocates worry a bill working its way through the Senate might “water down” the FCC’s minimum speed standard.
Broad-based consumer bills on internet privacy and net neutrality failed or are still pending as state legislative sessions wind down. And the ones that have passed have been limited.
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