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Social media, better commenting system among the improvements to govtech.com.
Local leaders attempt to opt out of controversial DHS Secure Communities program -- but it's unclear whether they can.
The OpenCourt pilot incorporates digital video streams and live broadcasts into coverage of Quincy District Court in Massachusetts.
As Ford’s Crown Victoria drives into the sunset, a new generation of police vehicles will vie for market dominance.
The new Utah.gov is another example of the tidal changes occurring in website design.
Texas anti drunken-driving campaign used QR codes to help drinkers think before getting behind the wheel.
Stanford University graduate students develop a recyclable laptop.
Software replaces a Florida police department’s time-consuming process for classifying shoe prints found at crime scenes.
Government Technology caught up acting CIO and deputy CIO of Massachusetts John Letchford in May at the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) Mid-Year Conference.
The five pillars Govloop Fouder and President Steve Ressler considers essential for being a digital city.
Turn your iPhone into a microscope for about $10. New York City taxicab extreme makeover. The bedbug detective is an electronic nose for detecting the critters.
Water-resistant power strip, AV10015 10 megapixel camera, all-in-one iMac.