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.
Overall, the nation's median age has been getting older. New Census Bureau data shows which region is bucking that trend the most.
First responders will be able to find callers faster.
Cities like Sacramento are helping pilot a new measure of interaction between travel modes.
“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.
Local governments collect reams of data, but much of it goes unused. New Orleans shows how cities can tap into this data to reduce EMS response times.
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.
Cyber experts want Congress to explore different ways to prove people’s identities.
COMMENTARY | Florida's legislature rejected statewide bike share policies. A bike share company's director of mobility strategy explains why it's 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.
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