Cities need a digital transformation jump-start
A shortage of vision, leadership, skills or funding are the most common stumbling blocks in cities lacking digital services.
Hawaii's latest digitization project was well-timed for the pandemic
A new time and leave system replaces 40-year-old paper processes in Hawaii, where state CIO Douglas Murdock said many employees continue to work from home.
Seattle dodges 'legacy nightmare' with paperless contract management
A $3 million contract with Aurigo Software is allowing the city to dump its physical contract management system and collaborate with vendors more quickly.
Connecticut takes first steps in 'all-digital government' initiative
Gov. Ned Lamont announced a series of proposals aimed at simplifying procurement, certifications and paperwork needed to do business with the state.
Paperless government could be coming to New Jersey
Legislation now making its way through the state Senate would establish a task force to evaluate whether a paper-free executive branch is feasible.
Hawaii’s paperless push pays dividends
The state estimates it will save 00,000 and 10 million sheets of paper within three years through its new program.
Austin breaks up with paper, seeks digital solutions in 'paper census'
A local civic tech nonprofit is asking the public to help spot city government's most needlessly paper processes.