'Wall that damn thing off': What government CIOs can do to improve cybersecurity
The number of new applications and new devices coming into use means governments have to architect their networks for defense, San Francisco CIO Linda Gerull said.
Local governments lack defined digital services strategy, survey says
A new infographic from the Public Technology Institute shows that local government digital strategies are predominantly 'ad-hoc' and 'not defined.'
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.
California DMV mis-registers 23,000 voters ahead of midterm elections
DMV customers may have had their information entered incorrectly unwittingly by DMV employees between April and August.
Zoning codes are confusing and controversial, but this startup says it can help
Early-stage software tested by several cities promises to demystify one of government's most complicated and misunderstood topics.
Machine learning is helping this North Carolina county keep up on property assessments
Wake County is now required to do assessments in half the time, but new software is helping the revenue department not fall behind — and even improve the accuracy of its valuations.
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.
NIC unveils next-generation platform for opioid monitoring
Executives say their solution for state prescription drug monitoring programs will save lives where today's solutions have failed.
Software saves countless hours for Florida city tracking emergency response expenses
Local governments can get grant reimbursements from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but only with a challenging level detail in their records.