Audit uncovers 'pervasive' problems in Illinois technology agency
Cost overruns, security concerns and a refusal to cooperate with the state comptroller were evidently hallmarks of Department of Innovation and Technology's recent history.
CIOs endorse Senate bill to grow state and federal cybersecurity collaboration
The legislation would open new cybersecurity tools, training and grants to state IT offices while boosting engagement with federal authorities.
Ohio opens 540-acre testing ground for 'smart' vehicles
The facility, called SMARTCenter, is the latest addition to the state's investment in autonomous and connected vehicle research.
Innovation labs take a gamble to improve city government
Institutions seeking new ideas in government often fizzle out before their projects find solid footing. But their champions say that risk is the entry cost to realizing substantive change.
Facial recognition technology is here to stay, say analysts
Recent bans of the surveillance technology are popping up around the country, but the consensus is that facial recognition will stick around.