Utah police officers plan to use bullet-tracking technology
Police in Utah will soon test out a device, called ShotDot, that tracks and stores the timestamp data of every bullet fired from officers' weapons.
More than 20 states still restrict municipal broadband
While the White House signals support for community-owned broadband networks, 22 states still prevent or limit their creation.
Missouri faced 'roadblocks' on data literacy during COVID-19
Missouri state officials initially struggled to adopt data-driven practices at the onset of the pandemic, but the tide has turned, Chief Operating Officer Drew Erdmann said.
South Carolina, Apple to build computer labs promoting digital equity
The state plans to use pandemic relief funds to build computer labs for people who live near the University of South Carolina and a historically Black college.
How Montana is navigating its 'work-from-anywhere' policy
Montana CTO Matt Van Syckle said continued remote work will require new considerations of state government's software and cybersecurity capabilities.
Seattle's annual digital-equity grants target K-12, adult learners
The annual program this year generated $848,000 to supply learners with new laptops, Wi-Fi hotspots, tech-literacy training and mentorship services.