Georgia Tech awards technology grants to four cities to improve services
Four cities around Georgia each received $50,000 in the second year of the research university's Georgia Smart Communities Challenge program.
'You have to help people understand' smart city benefits, mayors say
Tech-driven improvements work best when officials explain them in terms the public can digest, said speakers at a forum on women and smart cities.
Pittsburgh's new innovation lead turns agency's attention inward
Lee Haller says he's been directed to focus less on external projects and more on improving the internal processes that make government work.
Pittsburgh's first innovation chief moves on
Debra Lam, a city innovator who helped launch dozens of initiatives, heads south.