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25 percent of California adults are using state's contact tracing app

by • 7 days ago

California boasts the highest contact-tracing app activation rate of any state in the country, with more than 8 million users, officials said.

New York launches web app connecting residents to pandemic benefits

by • 2 months ago

A new "Find Services" site, which directs users to social welfare programs, was developed in concert with Google under the state's "Tech SWAT Team" program.

West Virginia to move state employees to Google Workspace

by • 3 months ago

The move is expected to save the state government $11.5 million, Gov. Jim Justice said.

How the pandemic sparked Miami's data-driven culture shift

by • 4 months ago

Miami CIO Michael Sarasti told StateScoop the city's "data-driven culture" was made legitimate by the pressures of the ongoing health crisis.

Apple, Google: Contact tracing to become standard smartphone feature

by • 5 months ago

Nevada, Maryland, Virginia and D.C. will be the first to use a version of the tech giants' jointly developed API that does not require the installation of an app.

Nevada joins states using Apple-Google API for contact tracing app

by • 5 months ago

The state is the latest to publish a smartphone app based on the tech giants' joint programming kit in an attempt to track the spread of COVID-19.

Virginia launches first statewide contact tracing app using Apple-Google platform

by • 5 months ago

The Covidwise app, which runs on the tech giants' Bluetooth-based API, is being made available to all Virginia residents, Gov. Ralph Northam said.

Alabama launches contact tracing app based on Google-Apple API

by • 5 months ago

The app will be targeted at students returning to the state's college campuses. Meanwhile Google says as many as 20 states are developing apps based on the API.

Privacy concerns have states taking it slow on contact tracing apps

by • 6 months ago

Some states have built contact tracing apps, but a decades-old manual process is the norm in most places as officials address widespread privacy concerns.

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