'No-code' software firm readies application for pandemic rental relief
Unqork, which previously developed relief applications in New York City, says its rental relief application can help jurisdictions distribute funds more quickly.
Los Angeles city controller updates online property map to boost housing, economy
Los Angeles isn't making the most of its nearly 14,000 government-owned properties. City Controller Ron Galperin wants to do something about it.
Balance tech growth with social responsibility, says Sacramento's mayor
Darrell Steinberg advocated for government policies and attitudes that lift up all parts of society simultaneously.
Autonomous and connected vehicles, housing, public safety win in first 'Georgia Smart' challenge
Four communities have been named as winners. They receive funding and research support as the governments now begin yearlong research projects.
Housing affordability, open data, analytics key projects for five new What Works Cities members
As the Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative closes in on its goal of providing technical assistance to 100 American cities, five new members share their projects.
Oakland launches digital service to fight illegal rent hikes
A new website to helps renters and property owners in the California city fight practices that are pushing residents out of gentrified neighborhoods.