Louisiana taps income-verification tool to solve UI benefits woes
Hundreds of Louisiana residents have downloaded the app to verify their income with the state in the past few weeks, the company said.
The pandemic taught some cities to help small businesses more
A new small-business portal in Wichita, Kansas, is the latest in a series of initiatives among local governments to offer greater aid to small businesses.
There's 'no going back' to pre-pandemic business, NASCIO says
Remote work and citizens' increased expectation of digital government are here to stay, according to NASCIO's annual survey of its members.
Digital services aided domestic-violence survivors during pandemic, New York officials say
During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, New York officials are educating the public on technology's role in mitigating and supporting abuse.
Enterprise cybersecurity is new Washington CIO's top priority
Bill Kehoe, who joined state government Aug. 1 after four years in Los Angeles County, said he wants to instill a common "sense of urgency" across the state.
Austin, Texas' public pools now have an app
Visitors can now purchase tickets from the city's 45 pools, springs and aquatic centers.
CivStart names 13 govtech startups for 2021 cohort
The group's third annual startup cohort gains access to its adviser network and can work with established companies like Amazon Web Services.
Tyler Technologies announces first major NIC deal in Colorado
Executives praised the agreement's "unique" funding model, which uses transaction fees to subsidize the state's costs over the next decade.
Cyber and digital services to remain top issues, NASCIO president says
As his term as NASCIO president winds down, New Hampshire CIO Denis Goulet pushed for his colleagues to hold the ground they've gained during the pandemic.