The continuous process of managing data — not just the deployment of a cool service — is the true producer of value in data.
State and Local
At NASCIO’s 50th anniversary, GovLoop spoke with state chief information officers about the tech priorities they’re focusing on in 2020.
By standardizing, integrating and sharing data, North Carolina has been able to provide better health care to those who visit its hospitals.
Security operations centers (SOCs) are centralized units that deal with security issues on an organizational and technical basis.
Colorado emphasizes educating both their developers and non-developers about keeping application cyberthreats at bay.
A key component of what makes a community smart is its ability to embrace civic inclusion, or foster public participation, engagement and crowdsourcing that helps a whole community understand what matters more to constituents.
The heartbeat of any organization is its people. People are often the costliest, and undeniably the most valuable, resource within an agency.
“Instead of buying something new, we realized that we had this technology already on our fleet,” Syracuse CDO Sam Edelstein said in tackling the city’s rife pothole problems.
When you consider the law enforcement sector and how often cases span cities, counties and even state lines, it’s imperative that governments can coordinate and easily share information. A federated identity system could lay the groundwork for new systems that allow for these seamless connections.
Placer County’s HMIS System Administrator Sue Compton needed to find a solution fast for the biannual January count of people experiencing homelessness, and a paper-based format was not going to cut it.