State and local governments are examining blockchain’s potential for accurate, secure recordkeeping due to its resistance to data modification.
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Agencies subsequently need a strong data governance strategy for protecting their sensitive citizen information from cybersecurity threats.
Autonomous vehicles require hyper-accurate, high-resolution maps to correctly navigate terrain without humans. These maps note features such as potholes.
Drones also present a regulatory challenge for agencies concerned with airspace maintenance, but their commercial potential far outweighs these obstacles.
For a growing number of agencies, cloud computing provides the elasticity and scale needed to correctly consolidate data.
State and local governments are trapped in the past by a mix of compliance, monetary and resource constraints when it comes to payment processing.
The agencies that protect the citizen data in their clouds the longest are the ones that best assess the risks facing them daily.
California recently became America’s first with laws mandating basic security standards for IoT devices. The move may inspire similar legislation elsewhere.
Employee-initiated spending involves any purchase an employee makes on an agency’s behalf without a traditional purchase order process.
Governments can catch up to the private sector by modernizing their online services, web presence and communications strategies.