Renderings provide first look at NYC's giant civic tech hub
February 21, 2017
The largest civic tech, education and startup office hub in the nation begins to take shape as the city releases the first images of what the facility will look like.
On a StateScoop virtual roundtable, two cybersecurity experts from the private and public sector weigh in on how state and local governments are facing down the threat of ransomware.
The goal is to make California's roadways safer by issuing cash to users who capture video of people breaking the state's aggressive distracted-driving regulations.
After nearly three years of nursing a fledgling technology office into maturity, the state agency chief is moving on.
Still grappling with the troubled launch of its health benefits portal, Rhode Island halted all state IT development until a new project management framework is in place.
Government services are far from perfect, but a new report says the civic tech movement's technological crusade is yielding results.
Blockchain, analytics and machine learning will change how government delivers services in the next two years, but institutional barriers are slowing progress, Deloitte says.
Two analyses of exposed infrastructure in America's most populous cities and mission-critical sectors like emergency services reveal a 'shocking' number of misconfigured devices.
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