Los Angeles migrates mainframe to California's data center
The city of Los Angeles has become the first local government in the state to migrate its mainframe applications to the state government's data center in Sacramento.
Pew report names 5 traits of successful statewide broadband programs
A new Pew report identifies requisites like stakeholder engagement and capacity building as key to success for statewide broadband initiatives.
Five cities team up to uncover economic-development innovations
Local governments in five states will share best practices and new ideas to boost economic development and improve civic engagement.
Now 10 years old, Code for America hopes for government to walk alone
After a decade of challenging conventional wisdom, now-former CEO Jen Pahlka says more calls for change will begin cropping up from within government itself.
The Open Law Library is saving municipal code, one government at a time
David Greisen demonstrates a singular passion for accuracy and law in his project to get more cities to publish their legal codes online.
Uber wins approval to test self-driving cars in California
The ride-hailing company is ramping back up on autonomous vehicle testing after a collision in March 2018 that killed a pedestrian.
California Gov. Newsom appoints two former San Francisco tech chiefs
Former San Francisco technology officials Joy Bonaguro and Krista Canellakis are now leading projects for the state government.
Santa Clara County, Calif., CIO Ann Dunkin to step down
After a public sector stint that included Santa Clara County, California, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Ann Dunkin will return to industry.
California, Texas slated to benefit most from new FCC broadband fund
An internal analysis of the FCC's new $20.4 billion rural broadband initiative breaks down how many homes and businesses in each state can expect to be connected to high-speed internet.