Leaders within the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services asked a radical question: Why can’t we get people a same-day response when they apply for benefits?“
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The right technology and talent are key to managing a surging scale of grant money.
The $350 billion COVID-19 aid has the potential to not just offer pandemic relief for state and local governments but fund a more equitable future as well.
A lot goes into an effective cybersecurity strategy, but many rank-and-file, business-side employees are often surprised at their centrality to defending against cyber threats.
Autonomous vehicles require hyper-accurate, high-resolution maps to correctly navigate terrain without humans. These maps note features such as potholes.
Cybersecurity innovations can be difficult to implement in state government. Rajiv Das, Michigan’s CSO, spoke about what his state has been up do.
What’s new at NASCIO this year? Learn the top ten priorities for state Chief Information Officers and how two states are working to address them.
A poor, mostly people of color city that has been exposed to unhealthy levels of lead in their drinking water. Their experience is one of the most colossal failures of government at the local, state and federal levels.
Government IT is a fickle world that requires leaders to utilize multiple skillsets to achieve success. This world has many moving parts, and if not managed properly, could break down and create mayhem. What do leaders in government technology need to do to be successful? Here are two suggestions… First, leaders must build a solidRead… Read more »
Michael J. Bommarito II of Systematic Global Macro and Computational Legal Studies has posted an XML version of Michigan Compiled Laws — the official codification of Michigan legislation — for bulk download. According to his post, Mr. Bommarito also “improved the underlying data [of the code] by adding tags and correcting indentation as best asRead… Read more »