This post isn’t so much a call to do better or be better, but a question I’ve been wanting to ask the community since the beginning of COVID-19.
State and Local
Why should government organizations share cyber intelligence? Cyberspace is much like outer space – it can get lonely out there if you don’t have a group that has your back.
Social media is a critical platform for government agencies to connect with their constituents but it has also become a new infosec threat vector.
Login.gov identity service is now available to city and state governments. Here’s why this is the biggest govtech news to come out in the last five years.
As a local government employee, here are some ways I saw my area’s agencies help our community following the recent severe weather.
911 dispatchers were rarely recognized during one of the most difficult years in modern history. Let us not forget why they are worthy of praise.
Government is in competition for information security professionals. How do we attract and hire qualified infosec staff, as well as develop key skills?
Agencies can effectively adapt to remote work by updating their disaster recovery and continuity of operations plans (COOP).
An expert explained three ways agencies can create innovative transit systems using current and emerging communications technology.
We put together this GovLoop resource to help you learn more about the resilience lessons state and local agencies learned.