Tech & Data
Tech & Data
From high costs of implementation to more pressing regulatory concerns, current barriers to entry make the technology difficult to implement.
COMMENTARY | In a rural state where agency employees are isolated in far flung locales, a digital transformation meant not just efficiency, but "a cultural revolution."
Fixed-route bus use, in particular, has seen steep declines in use while ride-sharing continues to grow in popularity, according to a new report.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | W.Va. teachers strike … Alaska cold case leads to arrest in Maine using genetic genealogy … and the Cincinnati City Council’s attendance record.
GAO researchers recommended lawmakers give regulators more power to write rules and punish the companies that break them.
Mailing a paper form and then following up with a house visit just won't work for everybody. State and local governments are trying to help figure out how to reach people in danger of being undercounted.
Officials tout the 'self-remove' boots as a convenience. But advocates for the poor say the technology is just part of a larger fine-focused justice system that hurts those who can least afford to pay.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Political turmoil continues in Virginia … Hawaii’s mainland prison inmates … and email scammers using Fla. mayor’s name.
New research offers some insight into where they could be.
Much more can be done to help ensure a safe cyber future for all.
Once collected, this data could end up capturing patterns that planners hadn’t anticipate.
The Startup in Residence Program has grown and even inspired California’s governor to turn its approach to innovation into a new procurement pathway.
In a city with a long history of population losses, Mayor Mike Duggan announces the city’s point person to lead community outreach to promote the 2020 count.
Most people oppose strict regulations on the technology, particularly if they’ll hinder local law enforcement’s ability to catch suspects, a new survey found.
COMMENTARY | How New Orleans used data in the rebuilding of a devastated city.
Several cities are considering bans on cashless stores and restaurants.
The civic tech organization is focused on four big problems.
In Washington state and Virginia, the public can help planners and researchers monitor the inundation of low-lying coastal areas.
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