Former Virginia technology secretary's appointment to state board could lead to more drones
Karen Jackson has been appointed to Virginia's emergency management and homeland security advisory panel.
Fredericksburg first to join Virginia's 'smart communities' network
Looking to ply data analytics against urban blight, the city is the first in what the state hopes will grow into a network of technological expertise.
Could facial recognition save Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam?
An expert on the technology says using facial recognition on a decades-old photo is a "long shot at best."
On data privacy, state AGs say they're following California's lead
As states figure out how to protect their residents' personal data, many are waiting to see how California's sweeping new privacy law is implemented.
Virginia CIO Nelson Moe seeks COO so he can focus on 'relationship building'
Virginia's top technology official says department heads need help making the most of the state's new IT services model.
A Virginia agency built an escape room for cybersecurity training
Its efficacy has yet to be proven, but officials say engagement and interest in the training material is way up.
Virginia governor proposes $250 million universal broadband plan
Gov. Ralph Northam wants the entire state to have high-speed internet access within a decade, but his chief broadband adviser is hoping for something quicker.
Virginia to pay Northrop Grumman $35.8 million to end IT contract
The state settled a lawsuit with the defense contractor to end a 13-year contract as it inaugurates a new multi-vendor IT model.
Virginia prepares opioid data-sharing and analysis platform
The Reston-based Qlarion will first begin rolling out the new tool in regions of the state most afflicted by opioid addiction.