States are struggling to attract top IT talent from the workforce
A survey highlights workforce challenges, driving some states' CIOs to focus on job reclassification and internship programs.
'Govhacks' survey points to crucial role for technology in government
A 'Govhacks' survey from Accenture revealed the need for technology in government innovation.
Arkansas' $340 million government assistance software contract is under protest
The contract would replace the state's government-assistance enrollment software that it first attempted to replace in 2013.
Engagement increases as agile continues its rise in government
States like California and Nebraska are tapping into the lean, iterative development strategy to speed up projects and drive efficiencies across the state government enterprise.
Civic tech quantified: Citizen satisfaction doubled in two years, survey shows
Government services are far from perfect, but a new report says the civic tech movement's technological crusade is yielding results.
Seattle police launch data analytics platform to help monitor use-of-force incidents
As the department crawls out from under a federal consent decree, a new data platform provides a foundation for a data-driven future.
Commentary: Expand the role of innovative technologies in human services for healthier citizen outcomes
Mobile solutions, social media, web portals and other innovative technologies, including smart devices, have the potential to help health and human services improve healthier outcomes for citizens.
Commentary: Analytics can help states’ neediest families
Federal, state and local governments spend more than trillion a year on programs aimed at low-income families. Analytics would reduce fraud and help those dollars go further.
Commentary: Four steps to mobile adoption for human services
There is a hunger for mobile applications that support government human services. But agencies are struggling to deliver them. Here are four steps to improve delivery.