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Election officials say say they're adopting a 'security first' mindset heading into 2020
The relationship between state and federal officials has improved, but there are still plenty of challenges in securing election systems across the country, speakers at an NGA conference said.
Kansas terminates 'no-bid' contracts valued at $112 million
Gov. Laura Kelly said her decision to cancel the agreements with vendor CGI follows an earlier promise to improve transparency in the state.
Police have been feeding celebrity photos, doctored images into facial-recognition systems
New research shows that a lack of clear standards for using the technology has led many agencies to resort to an array of questionable practices in attempting to identify criminal suspects.
Workforce development crucial to improving states' cybersecurity, governors say
The leaders of Louisiana and Arkansas told a National Governors Association conference that states are making headway on cybersecurity through school curriculum and training programs.
Arkansas plans to deploy broadband statewide by 2022
Gov. Asa Hutchinson released a plan this week that includes creating a new statewide broadband office charged with connecting all communities with more than 500 residents.
Eliminate paper-based invoicing to save valuable government resources
Agency CFOs and CIOs alike can benefit from investing in automated invoicing and payment systems. A cloud-based service would pay for itself in less than a year.
What Colorado learned from treating a cyberattack like a disaster
When the state's transportation department saw last February that its initial response wasn't working, the governor called for additional help amid a ransomware infection that was spinning out of control.
Congress will reconsider $1.1 billion 'Smart Cities and Communities Act'
The legislation would coordinate federal agencies to support urban technology initiatives and provide five years of funding.
Ohio, Pennsylvania plan interstate system for managing road work
Officials are hopeful the $5.38 million project could become a national system for managing what has historically been a manual coordination process.