"Singapore Trip 2017"

Bay Area Rapid Transit passes ordinance requiring public review of surveillance technology projects

by Colin Wood • 2 years ago

San Francisco-area advocacy groups are celebrating the ordinance's passage as a victory for civil liberties.

Missouri judge orders preservation of outgoing Gov. Eric Greitens' phone records in Confide lawsuit

by Benjamin Freed • 2 years ago

Even though Greitens is resigning at the end of the week, a lawsuit over his use of the message-deleting app will continue.

Saving lives, cutting costs, managing your devices

by Herb Thompson • 2 years ago

UEM boosts productivity and increases efficiency for state and local government agencies.

NYC announces suite of cybersecurity tools to protect residents online

by Colin Wood • 2 years ago

The initiative is called NYC Secure and includes two initial tools — a service to block malicious websites and a smartphone risk-monitoring app.

Washington state CIO Michael Cockrill announces resignation

by Colin Wood • 3 years ago

The state IT leader helped consolidate three technology agencies into one, but now leaves as the office struggles with agency relationships and its budget.

Three things the U.S. can learn from Singapore's smart city crusade

by Jason Shueh • 3 years ago

StateScoop shares on-the-ground observations into the polices, investments and initiatives of one of the world's leading smart cities.

Cutting the commute: Singapore's smart city efforts to fight traffic

by Jason Shueh • 3 years ago

The city-state's researchers look to electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, strong transportation policies and public transit as a recipe for smart mobility.

Smart city surveillance: Singapore's camera system stands as a potent deterrent

by Jason Shueh • 3 years ago

Singapore's clean streets and smart city initiatives are closely tied to its widespread surveillance network.

Lessons from Singapore: Smart city strategy with the leader of the Hive

by Jason Shueh • 3 years ago

Singapore's CIO says his nation's centralized IT agency is building capacity and cutting costs.

Los Angeles County picks Microsoft Office 365

by StateScoop Staff • 6 years ago

Los Angeles County will migrate its more than 100,000 government employees to Microsoft’s Office 365 for Government over the next year the company announced on Wednesday in what is the computing giant’s latest win in the Golden State.

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