I came across this InformationWeek.com article titled “Government Plans Mobile Apps Store” Federal CIO Vivek Kundra outlines plans to offer mobile applications from an iPhone-like ‘store’ that will give the public access to new capabilities developed by both the government and third-party developers. http://www.informationweek.com/news/government/mobile/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=222900231 I got curious when I read the article and immediately wentRead… Read more »
Are you trying to keep track of the rescue news, blog posts, Twitter stream, and other social media products Amver dishes out to you? No need to worry because today we announce the launch of our application on iTunes! Compatible with the iPhone and soon to be released iPad, the Amver app combines our blogRead… Read more »
The cities of Arvada, Geneva, Manor, Rockwall and Mecklenburg County have teamed up with DotGov, Inc. to participate in a unique innovation project. The goal of the project is to develop an iPhone Application, which will offer citizens mobile access to city & county services and information. You can participate by sharing your best ideasRead… Read more »
DotGov, inc. is currently developing a Gov2.0 mobile platform for iPhone, Android and Blackberry. This innovative mobile app will bring your city/county services to the mobile phones of your citizens. We are looking for 5 local government organizations to participate in the creation process. Who can apply? We would like to invite 3 towns orRead… Read more »
I’m a huge fan of the potential of government moving into the mobile realm. I firmly believe that mobile is the future and it is a platform that government should be working on. One interesting potential connecting mobile and government is the idea of using mobile apps to report city blights (potholes, graffiti, etc). ThisRead… Read more »
I am the Director of Human Resources for Ascension Parish in Louisiana. I am searching for ideas, practices or applications of Mobile Workforce strategies. Especially energy efficiency models, reduced carbon footprint, etc. using technology. Any help or direction anyone has to offer would be greatly appreciated!
Technology in Law Enforcement? I was having a conversation the other day with a newly appointed Chief of Police, Ray Douglas, from a small town close to Memphis. This newly sworn-in Chief was going through the process of determining what capabilities his staff had and what they lacked. During my conversation with Ray, I askedRead… Read more »