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Mobile technology can enable a more responsive, efficient government agency - one more productive both inside and outside the office and better able to skillfully access and improve service through data.
A number of new datasets and tools are available for municipal planners analyzing environmental impacts on residents and local infrastructure.
Cybercriminals are zeroing in on the managed service providers that handle computer systems for local governments and medical clinics.
As emergency responders arrive in the Bahamas to help rescue and recovery efforts after Hurricane Dorian, they need ways to track their assets on the ground.
Efficient, rapid and accurate information flow during an emergency can save lives, especially during complex, evolving events like Hurricane Dorian.
Troves of digital identity documents amassed to comply with Real-ID will raise the stakes for states struggling to protect their IT systems and data.
A test of an open, interoperable framework that integrates standards-based, commercial IoT sensors will help cities enhance public safety and efficient operations.
A new solution dynamically vets and authorizes first responders and their devices so they can access and share information when they are participating in incidents outside their home jurisdiction.
Local government and first responders will soon be able to use Facebook to spread information about emergencies.
Following recent ransomware attacks in Texas and Louisiana, the National Guard is considering expanding its cybersecurity vulnerability assessment pilot.
Transportation Security Administration agents at airports will warn travelers without Real ID-compliant driver’s licenses that they have just 13 months to get one.
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