Smart cities are ultimately highly integrated, outcomes-driven operations that want to make the most of their data to improve the citizen experience.
Citizen engagement is a large part of how success is defined in government, particularly on the state and local levels.
State and local government employees across the country have found themselves in the midst of a technological crisis: outdated infrastructures, higher citizen expectations and IT hiring challenges are just a few of the concerns being raised.
Cloud adoption helps state and local governments deliver stable, protected access to their networks from any mobile device.
The Office of Personnel Management wants to make it easier for users of its flagship website USAJobs.gov to find career information, search for developmental opportunities across government and use their online profiles as dynamic, digital resumes.
Federal government agencies began adopting enterprise-wide cloud roughly a decade ago. In 2018, many are still struggling with IT modernization.
Data on car accidents is collected by a disparate set of state, federal, and local governments, but by facilitating sharing and access, Ariel Gold is gaining new insights into how our roads work.
Robotic process automation is a new buzzword that you’re sure to hear more of across government. But what is it and what should employees know about it?
Louisville, Kentucky’s city government is tackling challenges like air pollution, gun violence and talent retention with cutting-edge technologies.
Providing effective government engagement is a top priority of most agencies. A person-centered approach creates a full picture of the individual, not just someone who is receiving services.