“I’ve become, maybe, a fanatic about 211,” says San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox, who's expected to be the next president of the National Association of Counties.
Wireless industry groups support the new Senate bill, but the Institute for Local Self-Reliance argues it sacrifices too much local government authority.
Route Fifty asked local government officials what is most important to their communities’ future. Their answers may surprise you.
About 27,000 residents have downloaded the LA Wallet app, which launched last week.
State election officials are mostly using new election security money to shore up the basics.
“When people get the opportunity to get the training they need, they can get great jobs,” said COO Sheryl Sandberg.
Despite tech transforming government, public employees aren’t concerned for their jobs. Maybe because it’s letting them focus on the work they signed up for.
A new awards program in the Land of 10,000 Lakes selected these four winners.
For many families across the US, library fines are a true barrier to access.
Hiring and keeping qualified IT staffers, particularly cybersecurity experts, is a serious problem for states.
But two other states with less than a million people tried anyway.
An IT operations use case has spawned a security use case as well in Hennepin County, and they’re not alone.
Most government data backup plans for data aren't good enough.
As jails install systems that let inmates videochat with "visitors" no matter where they may be, it’s private companies that appear to have the most to gain.
Laws keep evolving, budgets keep tightening and more experienced attorneys are ready to retire, making automation that much more important for governments.
You can also now take a virtual reality tour of the Magnolia State’s Capitol.
We hope you'll join us as we explore partnerships, technology and smart cities live from the National Association of Counties Annual Conference.
Hyperconverged infrastructure has meant major savings for San Mateo County, California, as it bridges the technology divide between its disconnected and affluent cities.
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