Los Angeles' controller loves data visualizations
On the Priorities podcast, Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin says data visualizations are a key way to make government accessible.
L.A. controller publishes emergency readiness maps
Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin's office published a set of maps designed to prepare residents for flooding, wildfires and heat waves.
A closer look at how Florida is rebuilding IT operations
On the Priorities podcast, Florida CIO James Grant offers his insights on why this iteration of Florida IT might be the right one.
Los Angeles Unified School District reports ransomware attack
The Los Angeles Unified School District, the nation's second-biggest K-12 system, said a ransomware attack is not expected to disrupt classes.
Redefining 'smart cities' while preparing for the Olympics
As Los Angeles prepares for the 2028 Olympics, city CIO Ted Ross and San Francisco CIO Linda Gerull discussed what "smart city" means now.
Inflation hitting Los Angeles hard, new website shows
Inflation and the housing crisis are pushing more people into poverty in California's biggest city, a new website shows.
How open data helps cities be more accountable
On the Priorities Podcast: Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin outlines how his office uses data in its audits and reports on city operations.
Los Angeles launches cybersecurity app for residents
The new LA Secure app aims to protect residents and transit riders from malicious networks and websites, similar to apps launched in New York City and Michigan.
Former Los Angeles utilities cybersecurity chief to plead guilty to lying to FBI
Prosecutors say former Chief Cyber Risk Officer David F. Alexander lied about deals he made with an attorney contracted by the city.