August 31, 2015 What will Google track next? Answer: your local potholes August 28, 2015 This Week in Civic Tech: San Antonio's $14M Deal, Bluetooth Sensors and New York Hot Spots A look back at highlights and happenings in the world of civic tech. August 28, 2015 Long Beach (Calif.) Evolves its IT Workforce, Platforms and Focus Millennial workers without tech backgrounds and coding on their phones -- this isn't your father's IT shop. August 28, 2015 Window into Public Policy (Commentary) It’s time to make Congressional Research Service reports easily accessible to everyone. August 28, 2015 Unmasking Hacktivism and Other High-Profile Cyberattacks Today any government can suddenly find itself the center of worldwide attention after a divisive event, drawing the unwelcome attention of hackers with a political agenda. Here’s how to prepare. August 28, 2015 Online Voter Registration Now Live in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is the 23rd state to implement online voter registration. August 28, 2015 Feds Give AT&T $428M for Rural Broadband Expansion Money from the FCC's Connect America Fund is intended to help close the digital divide in rural communities. August 28, 2015 New Batch of Apps Vital in Hurricanes, Other Emergencies Downloadable apps have become helpful tools in disaster preparation. Here are a few to consider. August 28, 2015 Metrics That Matter: How Does Technology Affect Government Outcomes? CIOs need to develop better ways to measure the impact of technology. August 28, 2015 Venture Capital Pivots to Biotech Venture capitalists are starting to look beyond the overcrowded field of software startups into the transformative field of biotechnology. August 28, 2015 Beating the Drought: How One Calif. County Cuts Water Demand High-tech data analysis and a dynamic community relations program are helping Riverside County reduce water consumption and meet stiff state-mandated cutbacks. August 28, 2015 State CIOs: Meet the Class of 2015 A dozen states appointed new CIOs this year and in late 2014 -- here’s a look who they are and how they’re settling in. August 28, 2015 What new service works like an Airbnb for camping? Answer: Hipcamp August 27, 2015 Has the Time Come for Software-Defined Data Centers? Completely virtualized data centers may be the future for large, sophisticated jurisdictions. But they’re still a few years away. August 27, 2015 Are School Districts Equipped to De-Identify Student Data? Although there is a plethora of data available, student identification markers must be erased to protect student privacy. August 27, 2015 Police Body Cameras to Hit L.A. Streets Next Monday, Los Angeles County will become the largest county in the nation to deploy police body cameras. August 27, 2015 Los Angeles County Unlocks its Data County CIO Rich Sanchez says data sharing and analysis are growing priorities for the nation's most populous county. August 27, 2015 A New Chapter for E-Verify Policy in Texas Starting Sept. 1, all potential hires for any Texas state agency or public university must have their work eligibility information run through E-Verify. August 27, 2015 Baltimore Hires Broadband Coordinator for Citywide Network Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has tasked Jason Hardebeck with implementing the city's new broadband plan. August 27, 2015 State Auditor: California Agencies Aren’t Adequately Protecting Sensitive Data Findings could boost Assembly bill that would require biennial security audits.