Colorado city says big autonomous-shuttle pilot is 'super valuable'
After testing in the Denver suburb of Golden, the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance plans to expand its self-driving shuttles into two more cities next year.
Colorado county clerk blocked from overseeing elections after promoting conspiracy theories
A judge stripped Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters was of her election-supervision duties for sharing sensitive information with conspiracy theorists.
California shares the code for its digital vaccine pass
The California Department of Technology published the code to its COVID-19 vaccine pass on GitHub in the hopes other states develop similar products.
Colorado secretary of state tosses county's election equipment after password breach
Secretary of State Jena Griswold said Mesa County must replace its voting technology after a conspiracy website posted video of the devices' passwords.
Colorado CISO Deborah Blyth to join CrowdStrike as state and local strategist
Blyth helped lead the recovery to a 2018 ransomware attack that became a blueprint for how state governments respond to major cyber incidents.
Web accessibility for disabled people mandated by new Colorado law
Officials, who called their law a first in the nation, will require all state and local government agencies to meet new accessibility standards.
Colorado Gov. Polis signs data privacy act
State officials say they're expanding broadband 'quicker, better and faster' than feds
A panel of state broadband officials and legislators said they want more clarity from the federal government when it comes to broadband expansion.
Collaboration is key for state broadband officials
State broadband officials said during a NASCIO panel that cooperation among federal, state and local partners is a crucial element of deployment.