Connecticut to launch new online tax portal next week
Connecticut's new tax-filing system, to go live next week, will replace a legacy system built in 2002.
California 'strike team' found unemployment agency was 'reactive,' recommends two-week reset
An investigation led by Code for America founder Jennifer Pahlka and state Operations Secretary Yolanda Richardson concluded Monday with recommendations to prevent the state's unemployment backlog from growing larger.
For fighting fires, video conferencing is 'game-changing,' says Nevada department
Fire teams are drawing video feeds from drones and using video conferencing to communicate across jurisdictions, replacing manual processes that could take days to complete previously.
Facing budget shortfalls, cities begin furloughing tech workers
Their finances punished by the coronavirus pandemic, cities are preparing to furlough many of their workers, and IT officials are no exemption.
San Antonio's R&D League to tackle public health, environment
Next month's two-day event is expected to connect the general public with organizations interested in developing unique ideas to problems ranging from digital access to housing.