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Cybersecurity policy academy highlights importance of state-local collaboration

by • 3 weeks ago

Four states that participated in a year-long National Governor's Association program are increasing their efforts to engage local governments on IT security.

Indiana Gov. Holcomb gives rural broadband a $100 million boost

by • 3 months ago

According to his office, it's the state's largest single investment in broadband in Indiana history.

Google puts $2 million behind prison-based coding academy

by • 6 months ago

The funding will be used to expand The Last Mile's courses beyond California facilities and into the Midwest.

Indiana inks $77 million dollar deal to modernize tax system

by • 8 months ago

The state will start a four-year upgrade next year to replace its 25-year-old technology.

State chief data officers have some suggestions for the White House as it revises federal data guidelines

by • 10 months ago

A group of 13 top statewide CDOs wrote in support for the Federal Data Strategy initiatives, but is asking for closer collaboration with state and local government stakeholders.

New voting machines are important, but here are three other ways states are investing in election security

by • 10 months ago

Top election officials are turning to multi-factor authentication, advanced audits and in some cases the military to defend against continued cyberthreats.

'You have to help people understand' smart city benefits, mayors say

by • 11 months ago

Tech-driven improvements work best when officials explain them in terms the public can digest, said speakers at a forum on women and smart cities.

Four states win spots in cybersecurity policy academy

by • 12 months ago

The new initiative is led by the National Governors Association and will convene private- and public-sector groups with the common goal of bolstering state government cybersecurity planning and infrastructure.

AT&T hackathon encourages 'reimagining' of public safety for FirstNet app ecosystem

by • 1 year ago

More than 30 teams created apps for first responders expected to increasingly rely on new forms of digital communication and response.

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