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12/07/2021
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Trenton takes the autonomous makes

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy yesterday announced he’s looking for vendors to support a new autonomous vehicle project in Trenton he’s calling the first of its kind in the U.S. The Trenton Mobility and Opportunity: Vehicles Equity System — or Trenton MOVES — project will deploy 100 autonomous shuttles throughout state capital, which Murphy said will attract technologists from around the country and boost underserved areas. Ryan Johnston reports.


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Meet the 2021 Local IT Innovation of the Year winners

StateScoop continues its coverage of the 2021 LocalSmart Awards with interviews of the localities honored for the Local IT Innovation of the Year awards. City and county officials from around the country shared their projects, how they’re enabling the public to more easily do business with government and some of the lessons they learned along the way. Read their responses.


Keeping it topical

A malicious actor is attempting to steal credentials from people at U.S. universities using phishing emails that invoke the newly identified omicron variant of the virus that causes COVID-19, according to research published Tuesday by the security company Proofpoint. The messages have reached users at “dozens” of universities around the country, including Vanderbilt University and the University of Central Missouri. Since the beginning of the pandemic in January 2020, hackers around the world tried to leverage fears of the coronavirus to lure in victims. Benjamin Freed has more on EdScoop.


Maryland health agency back online

The Maryland Department of Health, which over the weekend disabled its website and other systems, came back online late yesterday, though state officials are still gauging the scope of the cyber incident that caused the outage. While officials said the “incident appears to have affected some of our partners,” including local health agencies, there were no indications any data had been compromised. Read more here.


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