COMMENTARY | Florida's legislature rejected statewide bike share policies. A bike share company's director of mobility strategy explains why its the right move.
Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands' CIOs discussed data security, relationships with wireless carriers and next-level training at NASCIO’s midyear conference.
Business partners should be the ones identifying the problems IT professionals solve, according to state CIO Eric Boyette.
Urban designers are ready to help cities learn from each other, combing through data both old and new.
Chatbots make city services more efficient, but are they safe to use?
Technology can help make services accessible to vulnerable and disadvantaged citizens.
The ride-sharing company tried to conceal a 2016 data breach through its bug bounty program.
Exploring U.S. geography through a jigsaw puzzle of community snapshots.
Civil rights groups, immigration advocates and state AGs prepare for what could “potentially be a long-haul flight.”
New technology suggests automated machines might be the ones scanning your fingerprints from surfaces in the near future.
A look at the job that puts analytics to use in decision-making.
Keeping track of a state transportation department’s infrastructure, including where it’s located, has never been easier.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Fatal fentanyl-related overdoses jump in Vermont; Spokane looking at its municipal broadband options; Florida school security upgrades divert education funds; and priorities for Nashville’s new mayor.
There are opportunities in three broad areas: technology and data, workforce, and risk management.
Much of the information on the Education Department’s website is either outdated or inconsistent with state data.
Icy roads cause more than 150,000 car crashes in the U.S. each year.
With the upcoming midterm elections, it's a race to establish better information sharing between Homeland Security and state and local elections officials.
Chronic, concentrated joblessness has caused young, black men to struggle in the nation's third-largest city, and an index will assist officials in refining services to help them be successful.
This stamp of approval for governance is certainly not a rubber stamp.
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