Hawaii could have a vaccine passport by summer, officials say
Hawaii state officials said they're piloting technology developed by Clear and CommonPass that's been in development since October.
Hawaii officials push broadband as key to post-pandemic economy
With tourism deeply depressed and an infrastructure that wasn't ready for the remote lifestyle, the state's leaders are pushing broadband to the forefront.
Hawaii OKs autonomous vehicles for public roads
Hawaii Gov. David Ige last week signed legislation that approves the testing of autonomous vehicles on state roads through at least 2023.
Hawaii launches four-year $6 million connected-vehicle pilot
Researchers will install technology that tracks cars, bicyclists and pedestrians in a five-mile stretch of Honolulu as part of a study of the future of mobility.
Pandemic's budget shortfalls push states toward automation
As chief information officers anticipate working with smaller budgets and smaller teams, automating processes, they say, appears increasingly necessary.
Hawaii's latest digitization project was well-timed for the pandemic
A new time and leave system replaces 40-year-old paper processes in Hawaii, where state CIO Douglas Murdock said many employees continue to work from home.
States spend big on remote-working tech, brace for unemployment
As unemployment claims spike, some governments' systems struggle to keep pace with the heightened load.
Advertisers don't like Hawaii's sweeping new privacy bill
A provision that would require companies to get individuals' consent before selling geolocation and browsing data is drawing sharp opposition from the ad industry.
Hawaii governor vetoes location-data privacy bill
Telecommunications companies with customers in the Aloha State may continue selling their location data to third parties, unfettered by state regulation.