Michigan legislature plans to update how it talks to constituents
Lawmakers elsewhere shaved two months off their response times to constituent requests, according to makers of the Indigov software being used in Michigan.
Senators reintroduce bill funding state digital services
The bill, from Sens. Patty Murray, D-Wash., and Ron Wyden, D-Ore., would create a $100 million fund "tech strike teams" in state and local government.
'Everything is a public interest technology story,' authors argue
A new book by former federal tech officials Tara Dawson McGuinness and Hana Schank makes the case for putting user experience at the center of service delivery.
Only 3% of city websites meet industry standards, study finds
After examining 700 local government websites, two software vendors determined that most are "lagging behind."
Strategies to create user-centric digital services
Cisco’s Marc Moffett explores new ways of looking at digital service integration that offer modern and secure interactions for employees and citizens.
The future of work for state and local governments
Cisco’s Marc Moffett discusses how state and local agencies can offer flexibility to their workforce, and address challenges around security and connectivity.
How the Beeck Center helps improve digital services
Beeck Center fellow Kevin Parker shares what his colleagues are learning as they burrow in with digital service teams in New Jersey, Colorado and New York City.
Digital Services — A StateScoop & EdScoop Special Report
The health crisis was for many public agencies — and universities — a rushed experiment that will seed continued change over the coming decade.
States’ digital services efforts are evolving
Digital services directors in Colorado and New Jersey say they're getting more sophisticated in how they approach software development in their states.