Four cities pilot curbside tech to manage urban congestion
Nashville, Tennessee; Aspen, Colorado; Omaha, Nebraska; and West Palm Beach, Florida, will test technology from the company Coord to better understand how curbsides are being used in their downtown areas.
NASCIO's 2019 annual conference looks toward next half-century
The organization said speakers will look back at events like Texas' widespread ransomware attack and forward to a dynamic, technological future.
Nashville accidentally publishes Social Security numbers of identity theft victims
The government of Nashville and Davidson County discovered exposed information on the criminal court clerk's website and took it offline four days later.
Tennessee health data breach exposes information on thousands of HIV patients
The affected data, covering residents of 12 counties, was publicly accessible for nine months before it was discovered.
10 things 'I wish I had known' before the disaster hit
In disasters, government officials are called upon to respond and recover. Here are 10 things wish they had known before jumping into action.
To jumpstart data-driven decision making in government, Socrata launches Data Academy
Live workshops and online training are customized to help cities find ways to collaborate across their organizations.
City IT leaders use open data to fight social inequity, build citizen engagement
Panelists at the "Smart Cities Innovation Summit" believe open data has the power to help local governments make their communities more equal and engaged.