How State of Washington is modernizing for a cloud-native world
When the Washington State’s Health Benefits Exchange earmarked their API management tool as legacy, its leaders turned to an open source, cloud-based tool to modernize.
How open technology and process help the public sector innovate
Adopting cloud-native development tools can help agencies speed up application development and improve security.
North Carolina seeks to fail ‘quickly and inexpensively,’ official says
Finding the correct solutions means not being afraid of momentary failure, state chief solutions officer Glenn Poplawski says in a video interview.
How Smart Columbus is advancing city transportation tech
Commentary: Jordan Davis, a director at the Columbus Partnership, shares how the Ohio capital is making the most of its $570 million experiment.
California launches new online repository to share open-source code
The Code California website will host open-source projects to allow agencies to collaborate and share custom-developed software powering the state government.
Agile integration in infrastructure improves modernization efforts, report says
Agile experts explain how agencies adopting a distributed architecture framework can better position themselves to adapt to changes in technology.
Los Angeles County's new 'open source' vote tallying system isn't open source just yet
The nation's biggest county is developing a new platform for counting ballots. Just don't go looking for the source code right away.
New policy pushes for open source in California agencies
The door is still open for closed source, but officials say they want to encourage more open source software and have put new structures in place to support it.
Should we open source election software?
Commentary: If we do, it should be done with caution says Tim Mackey, technical evangelist for Black Duck Software.