Governments of all sizes have created data and analytics departments to assess what they have, coordinate communication between agencies and report stories that the numbers show.
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Strong Cities founder Chuck Marohn believes that the current urban development model is fundamentally flawed, but that it is not too late to start building and investing more sustainably.
Government is always seeking to improve the services that they provide, whether that means responding faster, cutting costs or providing more quality service. With the help of real-time GIS, each of those and more becomes possible.
Small local governments are often supported by enthusiastic and passionate individuals. Leaders work hard to provide for their constituents and update their communities. But what can they do when their budget isn’t enough to support their projects?
In recent years, Cary, NC has been gearing up to become the world’s next smart city, going as far as turning their Town Hall campus into a smart “mini-city,” complete with smart parking, traffic management, citizen engagement and more. Nicole Raimundo, Cary’s CIO, is at the center of this push.
In June 2018 at the AWS Public Sector Summit, AWS convened the first technology-focused Opioid Crisis Council, where stakeholders from across public sector and industry who play key roles in addressing the opioid epidemic gathered to identify common challenges and explore disruptive solutions.
Smart cities are ultimately highly integrated, outcomes-driven operations that want to make the most of their data to improve the citizen experience.
Smart cities connect information and communication technologies to share data. To get there, cities must invest in smart data management.
Citizen engagement is a large part of how success is defined in government, particularly on the state and local levels.