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Local governments lack defined digital services strategy, survey says

by Public Technology Institute • 3 weeks ago

A new infographic from the Public Technology Institute shows that local government digital strategies are predominantly 'ad-hoc' and 'not defined.'

Kansas launches country's 'first' mobile driver's license renewal app

by Ryan Johnston • 3 weeks ago

A new feature added to the state's citizen services app provides functionality officials say isn't available anywhere else.

Tennessee CIO says citizen services mobile app will be ready in early 2019

by Benjamin Freed • 3 weeks ago

Stephanie Dedmon, who recently took over as the state's IT chief, gave a preview of the app at the annual NASCIO conference.

Esri introduces ArcGIS mobile app for FirstNet ecosystem

by Ryan Johnston • 4 weeks ago

The app, Explorer for ArcGIS, provides ArcGIS capabilities to agencies that might otherwise struggle to securely share mapping data.

Most people don't want to access government services with their mobile devices

by Colin Wood • 1 month ago

New data from Unisys shows that while there is demand for mobile access, it's more nuanced than sometimes portrayed by technologists.

Tennessee CIO Mark Bengel announces retirement

by Colin Wood • 1 month ago

After more than a decade in the role, his deputy, Stephanie Dedmon, now replaces him.

Virginia spends $220 million on end-user hardware, print services

by Colin Wood • 2 months ago

Two final contracts under the state's new multi-vendor IT sourcing model prepare the state for a transition the technology agency has been working on since 2015.

California readies new security requirements for 'internet of things' devices

by Ryan Johnston • 2 months ago

A bill raising security standards for all internet-connected devices sold in the state is awaiting Gov. Jerry Brown's signature, but some experts say it still has flimsy language.

How to improve IoT's role in city construction? Model it from the start, a new report says

by Ryan Johnston • 2 months ago

Sensors and other tools are often overlooked in design and architecture, Georgia Tech researchers find.

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