"National Science Foundation"

Eight big ideas win $1.6 million in connectivity challenge

by Colin Wood • 4 months ago

New initiatives and projects are being awarded for ingenuity that could bring internet connectivity where today there's little or none.

New Mexico gets $20 million to research electrical grid modernization

by Ryan Johnston • 4 months ago

Researchers will explore how to integrate machine learning, new cybersecurity protections, and renewable energy sources into a century-old system.

'Blockchain Revolution' guide calls for federal working group, regulatory sandbox

by Ryan Johnston • 6 months ago

Getting every state coordinated on the recordkeeping technology might be "impossible," but a new guide presents a potential framework to get governments started.

21 smart communities to watch in 2018

by StateScoop Staff • 8 months ago

21 smart communities to watch in 2018

StateScoop highlights 2018 GoldenGov: State Executive of the Year winners

by StateScoop Staff • 9 months ago

StateScoop highlights 2018 GoldenGov: State Executive of the Year winners

NYC awarded $22.5 million to test 'entirely new classes' of wireless technology

by Mark Satter • 10 months ago

The city will explore technologies like software-defined radio, 5G wireless, and edge computing as part of a National Science Foundation program.

StateScoop's Top Women in Technology 2018

by StateScoop Staff • 10 months ago

StateScoop's Top Women in Technology 2018

Wireless broadband challenge funds 20 winning ideas in first phase

by Colin Wood • 11 months ago

The design phase of a national competition is complete. Organizers say they're impressed by the creative concepts for bridging the digital divide and assisting during emergencies.

Virginia's smart communities work expected to continue under new governor

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

Gov.-elect Ralph Northam is expected to continue the initiative, for which the state's work group is now preparing its final report.

7 things that happened in government tech this year

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

Cybersecurity and GIS got their due, and a lot of people changed jobs.

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