Washington, D.C. is building a digital services team
The new group is to bring human-centered design to a city government that recently struggled with its online services.
Black CIOs share stories of pandemic accomplishments
"This is long overdue," said Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers, who led his colleagues in sharing how they've dealt with COVID-19 and other challenges.
After crashes, D.C. officials say new vaccine site will be better
A new site with pre-registration for COVID-19 vaccines will replace one that crashed repeatedly, but questions linger over the city's digital service development.
D.C. nonprofits push back against digital equity budget cuts
A coalition of organizations that try to boost internet access and digital literacy is concerned with the mayor's plan to cut the city's tech budget.
D.C. CTO proposes 'cluster-based' IT inspired by pandemic
Washington CTO Lindsey Parker proposed her office work with "clusters" of agencies to develop technology projects to encourage the city's adoption of enterprise IT.
Budget cuts ahead, D.C. to merge connectivity, 'smart city' programs
Washington D.C. Chief Technology Officer Lindsey Parker proposed merging the city’s “SmarterDC” and “ConnectDC” programs into a new, community-based project.
Iran airstrike hasn't elevated network activity in D.C., officials say
District officials have been vigilant since the death of general Qassem Soleimani, but told reporters network surveillance traffic from Iran has stayed consistent.
Bike lane object-detection tech one of three winners in DCx challenge
Three winners of a Washington D.C. startup competition will split $20,000 for their public-safety-driven technologies.
Washington, D.C., to test digital driver's licenses within six months
District Chief Technology Officer Lindsey Parker announced at an event that the local government will soon begin experimenting with digital credentials.