While mobile and GIS technology have evolved, however, they remain independent of each other in many state and local governments. Combining the two technologies can fundamentally shift the way cities, counties and states enable access to information.
Fast-changing mobile technology and increased demand are putting pressure on agencies to determine how best to acquire, maintain, and manage mobile resources. So government needs a mobile plan that looks ahead.
Technology is changing how we interact with each other and our elected officials. As more of the public goes mobile, government needs to work towards deploying mobile solutions to meet their constituents where they are.
IoT provides cities an opportunity to keep up with changing citizen demands for connectivity. As technology becomes more and more prevalent in everyday life, citizens expect more connectivity throughout the city.
There is a wide array of applications available for mobile devices, and FirstNet will open the doors for more innovation geared toward public safety applications.
How government is responding to the mobile health expansion.
In eight governments are attempting to engage, inform and connect with citizens. So it's not surprising that figuring out how to utilize those eight seconds is imperative for success.
Sean Corbett, Program Manager at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), gave an excellent presentation on the FAA’s Leaders Teaching Leaders (LTL) Program at the Training Officer’s Consortium’s Annual Executive Institute in Ocean City, MD this week. Sean shared his experience in standing up and launching an LTL Program at FAA and highlighted the elements that... Read more »
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This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, Understanding State and Local Government. Download the full guide here. Teens and young adults are often accused of being addicted to their phones, but they are not alone: 90 percent of Americans own a mobile device with text messaging capabilities. And more than 60 percent own a... Read more »