Jay Nath

San Francisco’s RFP Bus Speeds Up, Streamlines IT Procurement

Following lessons from the 2014 Startup in Residence program, the city has reworked the procurement process to be fast for both governments and entrepreneurs.

Milwaukee Tests 'Smart' Parking Meters to Allow Rollover Minutes

Drivers will be able to see how much time is left on their meter — or how much time was left from the person who just pulled out of the spot, allowing the return of "piggyback" parking
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How Kansas City, Mo.'s Smart Foundation Will Allow for Proactive Positioning of City Services

City planners aim to take the platform’s data-management capabilities and eventually leverage them through the use of its own data analytics tools, presently in development.