Tech & Data
The Census Bureau will conduct its first largely online decennial census in 2020 but hasn’t said how it will secure the process.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Alaska plastic bag bans … concerns over city’s disclosure of overdose address information … and an Ill. county’s mumps outbreak is over.
The charges bring into question previous statements from vendors and state officials.
Wireless industry groups support the new Senate bill, but the Institute for Local Self-Reliance argues it sacrifices too much local government authority.
Up to 1 million Californians lack access to clean, safe drinking water at some point during the year. Data scientists believe they are part of the solution.
"Software is only as smart as the information it’s fed," according to Brian Brackeen, CEO of Kairos.
Since 2016, the technology industry has been looking for answers. Code for America might have one.
Here’s a daunting number for regulators and law enforcement: There were 4.1 billion of the unwanted phone calls nationwide just last month alone.
COMMENTARY | Symantec's Tim Hankins outlines the continued prevalence of ransomware attacks, and what it means for governments as they consider their level of cybersecurity.
The hyperlocal social-media platform highlights small grievances—and proves that neighbors have more in common than they think.
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.
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