Boston launches overhauled city website using feedback from pilot
July 27, 2016
After showing the public a preliminary version of the site six months ago, the city is unveiling the full version of the new web portal.
The San Fernando fire is raging to the north of the city of Los Angeles; however, the city’s information technology department is providing support to fire and emergency personnel.
Open government advocates are frustrated that their latest push to make all communications about government business subject to disclosure laws won't be moving forward this year.
Sen. Richard Pan's legislation to get the state's health department tracking the conditions surrounding violent deaths is approaching an important part of the legislative process.
After changing how agency heads think about the cloud, IT leaders were able to push a massive evolution in how the state rolls out web pages.
The state's voter registration system remains offline after hackers exploited voter look-up function.
The Transportation Department is getting ready to roll out a challenge to create a crowdsourcing app for citizens to submit address information.
The former governor of Maryland and mayor of Baltimore said a major impetus behind his presidential run was to bring county-style leadership to the federal government.