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Senate bill would give each state a federal 'cybersecurity coordinator'

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The bill would direct the Department of Homeland Security to give each state an official dedicated to coordinating relationships between the federal government, states and localities.

Vermont calls for AI 'code of ethics'

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A state task force that published a report this week says the state's policy work could also be used by other states navigating the emerging ethical minefield that is artificial intelligence.

San Mateo, Calif., wants its new emissions dashboard to spark public conversation

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The Google-created tool shows estimates of how much pollution is being created by vehicles and buildings in the heart of Silicon Valley.

California, Texas slated to benefit most from new FCC broadband fund

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An internal analysis of the FCC's new $20.4 billion rural broadband initiative breaks down how many homes and businesses in each state can expect to be connected to high-speed internet.

FBI will alert state election chiefs about attacks on local voting systems

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The bureau is modifying its policy of only informing local election officials and vendors about breaches, a change secretaries of state have asked for.

Facial-recognition ban in Cambridge, Mass., marks a trend

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Absent federal regulations on government's use of facial recognition, more states and localities are coming up with their own rules and prohibitions.

Montana is retiring its mainframe

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With just three legacy applications left, officials say they’re nearly ready to move on to a new era in computing.

NASCIO and NGA promote more state-local cooperation on cybersecurity

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A new publication published jointly by the two groups nudges governors and state IT officials to work more with their local counterparts on cybersecurity efforts.

Colorado names former Oregon CIO Alex Pettit as CTO

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Pettit, now helping to lead his third state IT organization, said he's looking forward to discovering how technologies like AI and blockchain can improve citizen services.