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A three-stage approach to digitizing documents and workflows
A new report proposes a creative approach to modernizing document-based government services, making them accessible, inclusive, user-centric and mobile-friendly.
Verizon to deploy location-based 911 call routing after death in Denver
Verizon said it will next year begin working with cities around the U.S. to deploy location-based routing for emergency calls.
Denver uses data to raise air quality awareness in schools
Denver is using data and partnerships with schools to help improve public health and raise awareness about air quality.
State officials eye 'new era' for Oregon broadband
A consortium providing broadband infrastructure to Oregon's public and nonprofit sectors has big plans for building out the state's networks.
Ransomware group Vice Society hits another school district
The ransomware group Vice Society has reportedly infected a school district in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, ahead of the new school year.
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.
Seattle fund invests in tech education for the incarcerated
On the Priorities podcast, two organizers of the Prison Scholar Fund explain how they’ll use a city grant to advance tech education.
Ongoing threats against election administration fuel 'anxiety and dread,' officials tell Senate
A hearing on threats against election workers, egged on by falsehoods about the 2020 presidential contest, turned emotional at times.