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Deploying high-speed broadband nationwide should be a priority.
The FCC says Universal Service Fund reforms will boost rural broadband. Critics worry about the impact on small telecom providers.
The county is scaling up with the National Association of Counties to offer subscriptions for hosted applications to localities nationwide.
The county is one of the largest governments in the U.S. to try the idea generation platform.
Companies will be able to apply to test autonomous vehicles starting March 1.
GPS and heads-up display technology keep Alaska snowplow drivers on the road, even if they can’t see it.
County lets residents submit and vote on ideas to improve the website.
Multiple arresting agencies in Washington, D.C., collaborate and hammer out agreements to build a law enforcement and justice information network.
Utah makes guide for state workers to offer support, guidance on bring-your-own devices.
Over advanced research and education networks, musicians perform together from different states at the same time.
Keeping up with hands-on professional development.
Handheld GIS, 10-inch tablet, high-definition camera.
Pat Shier's background as head of retirements and benefits division guides his latest task of leading Enterprise Technology Services.