DC Cover December 2014
Digital Communities December 2014

How Government Can Unlock Economic Benefits from Open Data

Everybody understands how open data makes government more transparent. But the economic value is less clear.
Digital Communities September 2014

Force Multiplier: Police Seek Effective Uses of Technology

Localities can achieve effective levels of public safety through the selective use of technology. But which technologies are having the biggest impact and why?
Digital Communities June 2014

Can We Trust Smart Cities?

Sensors and analytics software are transforming urban centers. We look at the benefits and risks.
Digital Communities March 2014

Bringing Innovation to Procurement

Almost no one likes the procurement process. Here are some ideas for changing it.
Digital Communities December 2013

Rethinking Your IT Workforce

Baby boomers are retiring again. But after years of cuts and hiring freezes, the talent pipeline is dry. Local governments need new strategies for getting the job done.
Digital Communities September 2013

Analytics for Smarter Communities

For local governments drowning in data, analytics offers a way to make sense of it all.
Digital Communities June 2013

Unified Communications Helps Localities Replace or Upgrade Aging Phone Systems

Cities and counties use unified communications to build a new playing field for contact centers, mobile communication, computers and networks.
Digital Communities March 2013

Special Report: IT Tools for Safer Communities

As policymakers grapple with gun violence, technology may offer nonpartisan options for improvement.
Digital Communities December 2012

Special Report: Cybersecurity Handbook for Cities and Counties

Cyberthreats are increasing in number and severity, but an ounce of prevention goes a long way toward protecting systems and information.
Digital Communities September 2012

Special Report: How Strategic Sourcing Helps Local Government Spend Smarter

Outsourcing and shared services help local governments in tough times.
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