Even though it’s only October, we’re already planning for 2019. What should we cover? Which technologies are important to you and which aren’t? We want to know what you want to know!
Posts Tagged: technology
CIOs with strong business backgrounds may be good with peer leadership. Can they effectively lead and inspire a technology organization?
This past year, for the first time, departments were instructed to isolate their technology-specific investment requests and submit them for review by DoIT and their budget analyst ahead of the capital budget proposal deadline.
Many theories have come out of the study (and mistakes) of urban planning. The latest is the concept for a Smart City.
Here are some of our lessons learned that you could use to prepare your own municipal fellowship program for its next set of innovators.
Journalist Scott Fulton III describes fifth-generation wireless, or 5G, as “a capital improvement project the size of the entire planet.” He’s not wrong. And it’s coming fast.
Disease surveillance has long been important to preserving the health of people around the world, deterring outbreaks by monitoring the spread of disease and reacting as efficiently as possible. But what if the reaction could occur before the disease spreads at all? Geographic Information Systems (GIS) might be the key.
To achieve end-to-end transformation across a diverse workforce, employees need devices that maximize productivity.
Where do you start when you decide to become a smart city? For Austin, one of the first steps is going paperless.
The following are community organizing tools that carry over into the government technology space and have helped me be a more effective innovator.