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It is not simply a numbers game: diversity is a proven “differentiator” that research shows makes organizations better.
State legislation pushed by one company to require contractors to install the software would compromise data privacy and carry steep costs for companies and governments, the groups argue.
The U.S. Conference of Mayors President on how he and his peers are helping residents confront the realities of today's economy—and what comes next.
The U.S. Conference of Mayors vice president focuses on getting his community excited for the “human aspect” of the disruptive technology.
“Mayors are figuring out that if you do not have kids at the table ... you’re probably not a very good mayor.”
Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley reflects on the changing conversation around technology and why executive roles in politics have been particularly difficult for women to obtain.
At SXSW, a beacon of technology idealism, mayors discuss how to deal with the difficult problems that can come with new tech.
A group of young entrepreneurs are looking to empower workforce agencies and job seekers, harnessing the power of artificial intelligence.
One company hopes to create an “Internet of Garbage,” with the promise to bring better logistics to municipal waste.
NASCIO opposes the legislation proposed in 23 states. One company has been vocal in advocating for the bills.
A cybersecurity firm showed they could take control of an e-scooter someone was riding from up to 100 meters.
How we keep people on foot and in cars from getting hit by trains hasn't changed much in the last century.
2018 NAVIGATOR AWARD WINNER: Annissa Essaibi-George, Boston City Councilor, City of Boston, Massachusetts.
2018 NAVIGATOR AWARD WINNER: Michael Sherwood, Director of Information Technology, City of Las Vegas, Nevada
Democrats picked up seven seats, but also lost a few competitive races.
Georgia’s secretary of state and Republican gubernatorial candidate has a history of attacking those who point out the flaws in his state’s election cybersecurity.
A resiliency team takes an out-of-the-box approach to America’s least sexy problem.
More and more states are allowing flexibility to people on how they are identified on official government documents, a key issue for transgender advocates.
Are public sector agencies ready take tech collaboration to the next level? Our survey says government officials want to, but don’t know where to start.
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