Apple is the latest tech giant to commit funds to California’s housing crisis. But experts say the largest barrier to housing is not money; it's political will.
A new U.S. Senate bill comes amid concerns that online criminals can “spoof” the public with fake government websites.
The Information Technology-Information Sharing and Analysis Center wants to create a coordinated vulnerability disclosure program that could alert vendors about security flaws in their voting systems.
Climate change will soon expose a crippling problem embedded in the nation’s infrastructures. In fire-ravaged California, it already has.
South Carolina struggled for decades to switch from manual process run by counties to a largely automated system run by the state.
The civilian unit of the National Guard will be on call to assist local governments that come under cyberattack.
COMMENTARY | Increased adoption of GIS technologies can help New York predict and prepare for future emergencies.
In Seattle, Amazon has spent over a million dollars trying to get pro-business candidates elected to the city council.
COMMENTARY | City and county managers see a tipping point about cybersecurity.
COMMENTARY | As WeWork crashes and Uber bleeds cash, the consumer-tech gold rush may be coming to an end.
Experimentation is key to the Utah chief information officer’s expanded use of artificial intelligence.
The measures would require manufacturers to supply parts to independent repair shops.
The findings of NASCIO’s 2019 survey of chief information officers highlights areas of concern and evolving priorities among state information technology leaders.
Google sent contractors to Atlanta, Los Angeles, and college campuses across the country to collect biometric data that it could use to train the facial-recognition software in its Pixel phones.
In the wake of high-profile ransomware attacks, local governments are looking to cyberinsurance to mitigate risk. But not all policies are equal and merit close scrutiny, experts say.
COMMENTARY | Mapping technology presents an opportunity to manage municipal governments with increased precision and accuracy.
New research finds that high-tech inventors are significantly more productive when they work in large clusters—but there are drawbacks.
A federal appeals court upheld much of the FCC’s rollback of net neutrality rules but found that the commission overstepped its authority when it blocked states from enacting their own internet regulations.
COMMENTARY | Eight tips from city and county agencies using dashboards to analyze data.
The probe may do more for the attorneys general than for the public they’re supposed to protect.
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