New Jersey plans on-demand autonomous vehicle network in Trenton
Officials said the project will include 100 autonomous shuttles designed to serve the capital's underserved regions.
Maryland health agency offline after cyberattack
The Maryland Department of Health took many IT systems offline, including its main website, in response to a cyberattack.
Minnesota mapping official to lead NSGIC on interim basis
Dan Ross, who's leaving state government in January, will temporarily serve as NSGIC's executive director.
Mission programs at the State Department greatly improved with data driven initiatives
Smartronix VP, Jacquie Meriwether on the business case for data-led initiatives to improve the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in Latin America.
Mobile voting effort comes to D.C.
The push for smartphone-enabled voting funded by venture capitalist Bradley Tusk is eying the nation's capital as its next proving ground.
Another city cryptocurrency? Austin could be next
Austin, Texas, could become the third city with its own cryptocurrency, but officials there said they're still researching the technology.
California CIO Amy Tong moved into innovation role
Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed Tong, who's been the state CIO since 2016, to lead the California Office of Digital Innovation.
Flint, Mich., taps university researchers to boost financial transparency
University of Michigan researchers plan to implement a new data standard in the to improve the city's financial reporting.
Florida school district acknowledges data breach in ransomware incident
Broward County Public Schools, the nation's sixth-biggest district, sent out breach notification alerts nine months after a March attack.