South Carolina, Apple to build computer labs promoting digital equity
The state plans to use pandemic relief funds to build computer labs for people who live near the University of South Carolina and a historically Black college.
Three states sign up for new Apple-Google contact tracing API
North Dakota, Alabama and South Carolina are the first states to say they'll use the tech rivals' platform to track the spread of the coronavirus.
Washington state names second CISO in 10 months
Public-sector veteran Vinod Brahmapuram will take over as the top IT security official in Washington after the hasty departure of Ronald Buchanan last month.
South Carolina voting machines miscounted hundreds of ballots, report finds
Counting errors that were reported as official results are the result of bad software design, a computer science professor tells StateScoop.
Charleston hires former GIS director as first innovation chief
Tracy McKee returns to the South Carolina city after eight months as Baltimore's chief data officer.
Glitchy voting machines in South Carolina spur new investment
Officials aim to replace 13,000 aging machines faulted for long lines at polling places and reports the devices changed voters' choices.
Inmate-spying drones take flight over South Carolina prisons
State corrections officials say a new program that watches prisoners from 400 feet above is the first of its kind in the nation.
South Carolina readies cyber workforce initiative to bridge industry, academia, government
Gov. Henry McMaster says the office will stimulate economic growth in the region.
Housing affordability, open data, analytics key projects for five new What Works Cities members
As the Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative closes in on its goal of providing technical assistance to 100 American cities, five new members share their projects.