Counties grapple with millennials entering the information technology workforce
February 25, 2017
Some county government technology leaders think millennials are a great asset to their changing work environments. Others remain cautious.
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.
Bexar County will be the next community to offer free public Wi-Fi through silver monoliths planted in sidewalks.
As Gov. Eric Holcomb rewrites an arrangement hammered out by former Gov. Mike Pence, trade groups demand equal treatment while others lament what the old deal could have been.
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.
The Indianapolis suburb of Fishers will host a new space for technologists and businesses interested in the Internet of Things.
A simple mobile interface that volunteers can access in the field is helping Aurora, Colorado, tally more accurate figures and provide more targeted services to its most vulnerable citizens.
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.
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