Atlanta CIO Gary Brantley to step down
Brantley was hired in September 2018 as the city was still climbing back from one of the worst ransomware attacks to hit a local government.
As food insecurity rises, food banks turn to map tech
Food banks around the U.S. say digital maps have been the best tool to get the word out about their services at a time of heightened food insecurity.
Georgia's buggy new voting machines lead to hours-long waits on primary day
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger blamed malfunctions in the new $104 million system on user error, but election-security advocates argue the devices are unreliable.
Atlanta CIO worries city employees will forget ransomware attack
"We have to tell people this can happen again," said Gary Brantley of the March 2018 ransomware attack on his city.
New 'Curiosity Lab' for AV testing has real pedestrians, steep roads
The new autonomous vehicle testing track, which is open to the public, offers to researchers obstacles not found on closed-track facilities.
Public safety data needs a strategy, Atlanta CIO says
Atlanta's recent adoption of gunshot-detection devices means there's even more data the city find ways to share and manage.
5G promises to bring 21st-century infrastructure — and fun with robots
At a smart cities conference in Atlanta, 5G was called as essential to cities today as sewers were in the 19th century. In the suburbs, it meant dancing robots.
House panel floats new cybersecurity grants for state, local governments
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and others told the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee that state and local governments need help preparing for cyberattacks.
Digital service delivery, public safety tools finalists in 'Engaged Cities' awards
Ten finalist cities will compete for three shares of a $200,000 cash prize for work with the public that makes a positive difference in their communities.