States allocate less than one-hundredth of one percent of their budget on archives despite exponential data growth.
Two key officials say offices at all levels of government are rapidly bolstering defenses ahead of November elections.
Emails describe wireless speeds so slow there was “no meaningful functionality,” raising questions as the company attempts to compete for first responders’ business.
Some crazy kids blocking the N train is the latest in a string of brash, goat-related incidents across the New York City region.
Despite calls for local control, communities are only given a limited set of tools and are facing historic fiscal pressures. That could be a looming problem for many cities, according to a new report.
The states will be the first in the multi-year "Smarter States, Smarter Communities" learning lab, which grows out of National Governor Association Chair Brian Sandoval's 'Ahead of the Curve' Initiative.
At the National Governors Association meeting, governors agreed with Japanese and Chinese delegations that trade helps their local economies.
The charges bring into question previous statements from vendors and state officials.
Route Fifty asked local government officials what is most important to their communities’ future. Their answers may surprise you.
Two cities are debating whether it’s a form of discrimination.
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.
With estimates nearing a half billion in net economic benefit for cities that play host to the games, the 2026 World Cup makes Amazon HQ2 seem very 2018.
City leaders are faced with how to prepare for a major economic development opportunity “with very few guardrails at the federal level.”
Instead, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission provided state and local governments a lecture on fair governance.
The ransomware that crippled Atlanta raises unanswered questions about how to communicate with citizens after a cyber-attack.
Nominations for the third annual Route Fifty Navigator Awards are now open!
On issues ranging from sanctuary cities to telecommunications, activists are betting big on the Supreme Court’s sports gambling decision.
The high court made clear that state legislatures have a “dual sovereignty” with their federal counterparts.
The National Governors Association seizes an opportunity to prepare its members to for crucial technology policy decisions.
The Office of Information Technology realized it had a retirement problem. In response, it took on the bigger problem of building a strong technology workforce across the state.
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