Indianapolis has a new chief information officer

by • 2 years ago

The technology agency serving the Indianapolis and Marion County has named Elliott Patrick, formerly the regional IT agency’s chief operating officer, as its new CIO.

Indiana chosen for National Guard's latest cyber battalion

by • 3 years ago

The country's fifth cyber battalion will provide a "larger blanket of protection" against the United States' adversaries.

Code for America announces latest group of Community Fellows

by • 3 years ago

Seventeen fellows spread across seven U.S. cities will work on projects that include housing-data portals, resource maps for formerly incarcerated people and a food-stamp app.

Indianapolis to become fourth city with 5G internet service from Verizon this year

by • 4 years ago

The city will join Houston, Los Angeles, and Sacramento to be among the first to offer the high-speed wireless service by the end of the year.

Shift Indy collects 1,000 ideas for city-county web transformation

by • 5 years ago

In a web redesign that goes beyond the visual, Indianapolis and Marion County are in the early stages of developing a citizen-centric website dedicated to modernizing public services.

24,000 square feet of IoT research: new facility planned in Indiana

by • 5 years ago

The Indianapolis suburb of Fishers will host a new space for technologists and businesses interested in the Internet of Things.

5 cities win custom workshop through Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant

by • 6 years ago

Winners will receive products, support and advice from vendors and industry experts as they pursue smart city goals around affordable housing, transportation and public safety.

Indianapolis launches open data portal for police incidents

by • 7 years ago

The city teamed up with local Code for America fellows to release some of its most frequently requested police data and increase transparency.

Citizens want digital services, but cities fall short

by • 7 years ago

As exposure to private sector technologies grows, citizens expect more digital services from government, but aren't always aware some of those services already exist.