"West Sacramento"

Seattle invites public to comment on its surveillance technologies

by Colin Wood • 6 months ago

The city will host five public meetings in the coming weeks to ensure locals have a chance to be included in the evolution of the local government's privacy policy.

Startup in Residence launches 81 local-government projects for small tech companies to solve

by Benjamin Freed • 6 months ago

The projects will address transit, housing, public safety and other issues for 28 participating governments.

Startup in Residence expands to 31 cities and states for 2019

by Ryan Johnston • 8 months ago

The nonprofit says it's on track to hit 100 communities within the next five years.

Startup in Residence expands to 100 cities and counties, applications open

by Colin Wood • 11 months ago

After a small-scale national pilot, the program that pairs startups with local governments is now opening its doors to a wider pool of civic challenges.

How West Sacramento plans to become the smartest small city in America

by Colin Wood • 11 months ago

New technologies play a central role in longtime Mayor Christopher Cabaldon's vision for making his city the best place to raise a family or find talented workers.

21 smart communities to watch in 2018

by StateScoop Staff • 11 months ago

21 smart communities to watch in 2018

West Sacramento launches citywide microtransit pilot

by Colin Wood • 11 months ago

The mayor says the experiment could allow the city to close some of its less-used bus lines.

Dallas fishes for a chief innovation officer

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

The city government is expanding its technology office with a role to "foster an improved culture of innovation, accessibility, efficiency and accountability."

Mayors are concerned about effect of automation on local economies

by Ryan Johnston • 1 year ago

Some state leaders say preparing for a new economy is as important as preserving democracy itself.

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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