Local governments lack defined digital services strategy, survey says
A new infographic from the Public Technology Institute shows that local government digital strategies are predominantly 'ad-hoc' and 'not defined.'
Saving lives, cutting costs, managing your devices
UEM boosts productivity and increases efficiency for state and local government agencies.
Palo Alto ditches the desktop phone
The California city is experimenting with a program that allows office staff to replace desktop phones with laptops, cell phones, chat and email.
Washington train derailment prompts record-breaking number of remote state workers
The state's technology department says the deadly incident proved that its network can handle higher levels of remote workers than previously believed.
From citizen to CIO: Oakland's newest tech chief prepares to make a difference
After two years without a CIO, the city gains Andrew “Pete” Peterson, who says he's trading in his complaints about government for projects on the inside around civic tech, cybersecurity and IoT.
Activity spikes on San Francisco’s Internet of Things network
After its debut in October last year, the city's IoT network is already part of dozens of pilots and startups. More are coming.
Civil unrest, higher expectations and smarter devices changed the face of city technology in 2016
As the public demands increased police accountability and services that rival those offered by the private sector, cities and their advocates search for new a way forward through uncertain times.
Feds share experimental one-stop benefits portal
A new site from the U.S. Digital Service tests the possibility for a single enrollment site for federal benefits.
Pittsburgh Burgh’s Eye View maps police arrests, service request, building violations
Pittsburgh's new digital map offers a window into city neighborhoods with open data.