Citizen services should serve the bottom 5 percent — and everyone else
The top technology official for Santa Clara County, California, says in her jurisdiction, digital services fall into two clear categories.
Cross-government collaboration tough, but fruitful in California
Forming and sustaining partnerships across state, local and education branches of government is a challenge, but well worth the effort, IT leaders say.
GIS Day 2018 highlights importance of collaboration
Officials from all levels of government say the annual event is a chance both for education and to reinforce the necessity of cooperation across boundaries.
Scientific collective calls for paper-based voting machines, no more internet voting
Researchers from NASEM highlight the need for secure and verifiable voting systems and urge Congress for new mandates and funding.
On GIS Day, leaders call collaboration a 'civic duty'
Mapping and geospatial data proponents in Washington state provide a window into the increasingly collaborative conversations happening around the world.
Diversity, collaboration central to Rhode Island CIO's management style
In his first government role, recently-appointed state Chief Information Officer Bijay Kumar says he's looking for allies to turn around the state's flagging IT projects.
Geographically coordinated: How GIS is evolving within state government
As technology grasps a growing number of government operations, geospatial officers find themselves drifting closer to the center of IT.
Virginia forges cyber partnership with Victoria, Australia
The state awaits information sharing and economic opportunities around cybersecurity through a new agreement.
White House: Want data science with impact? Spend 'a ridiculous amount of time' with people
White House Chief Data Scientist DJ Patil says effective data science demands a collaborative process with citizens.