Pittsburgh plans to close digital divide by 2027
A new Digital Equity Coalition plans to close the Pittsburgh digital divide within the next five years.
New Mexico creates cyber planning committee as grant push begins
New Mexico CIO Peter Mantos said his state is convening "the correct players" as it starts its application for DHS cyber grants.
As Hurricane Ian rages, FCC issues new guidance on emergency alerts
Amid Hurricane Ian, the FCC urged broadcasters and managers of emergency alert systems to stop transmitting alerts from legacy systems
L.A. controller publishes emergency readiness maps
Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin's office published a set of maps designed to prepare residents for flooding, wildfires and heat waves.
Inside Oregon DOT’s massive system consolidation
On the Priorities Podcast, Oregon DOT innovation lead Ben Kahn explains how his team took 99 legacy systems and merged them into one.
Five 'Safety Net Innovation Lab' states try mobile tools to boost assistance programs
Code for America said the first five states in its new Safety Net Innovation Lab are making their assistance programs more accessible.
New Illinois office boosts contracts for women- and minority-owned IT vendors
Illinois CIO Jennifer Ricker established an office to increase the percentage of contracts awarded to women- and minority-owned businesses.
New NYC Cabinet for Older New Yorkers could mean friendlier tech
New York City's new Cabinet for Older New Yorkers met for the first time to plan how to improve the services and programs available to the 60-plus crowd.
Tribal governments gain access to national crime information systems
The Justice Department added 16 tribal governments to a program that grants access to national crime information systems.