“My hope is in the next 24 months, we’re going to eradicate this rural broadband issue,” James Collins, state chief information officer, told Route Fifty.
The pilot has helped 11 jurisdictions obtain cybersecurity expertise they wouldn’t otherwise have, Washtenaw County’s innovations and process improvement manager explains.
Indiana CIO Dewand Neely shares how his state came to be named in “one of the largest state-sponsored hacking campaigns ever prosecuted.”
Many state and local government officials are only now waking up to the threat from cyberattackers and realizing they need to beef up their defenses.
Business partners should be the ones identifying the problems IT professionals solve, according to state CIO Eric Boyette.
North Dakota’s tech entrepreneur turned governor wants to use savings from budget cuts to boost investments in IT infrastructure.
Many project managers are realizing that the fastest way to get their digital projects off the ground is through agile development.
Chatbots make city services more efficient, but are they safe to use?
The ride-sharing company tried to conceal a 2016 data breach through its bug bounty program.
“If governments deploy systems on human populations without frameworks for accountability, they risk losing touch with how decisions have been made, thus rendering them unable to know or respond to bias, errors, or other problems,” according to a new report.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Santa Fe mayor reaffirms “sanctuary city” policy … rural Missouri counties push higher taxes to fund police … N.H. town retreats from glass recycling … and this year’s “Strongest Town.”
There’s been massive turnover in the tech department that serves a heavily-visited Florida locality few tourists have ever heard of.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Okla. schools prepare for teacher walkout … Ariz. governor suspends Uber’s AV testing … Va. Beach city manager’s heated text about a state official … and N.J.’s Pulaski Skyway waiting game.
The February incident shows why routine log reviews by IT security personnel are important.
A look at the job that puts analytics to use in decision-making.
It’s highly likely that whatever Apple announces will be focused on education.
Some states have already moved to toughen their data breach laws as the number of incidents increases.
According to the former mayors of Albuquerque and Philadelphia: “It’s our job to make SXSW live on all year long. Here’s why.”
Wearables are great—but they can't get in the way when firefighters and paramedics do their jobs.
There are opportunities in three broad areas: technology and data, workforce, and risk management.
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