In the fourth video in our series about the Computer History Museum, we look at the importance of supercomputers in the public and private sectors.
The comptroller wants to give software behind its transparency site to other state and local governments, which he hopes will create a community of users that constantly adds improvements and develops new features.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture tracks animal health and disease across the state to help authorities safeguard residents and the environment.
According to Taylor, state governments are analyzing their own data to better understand their own internal activities, which can help them answer FOIA requests.
Can big data lead to better understanding of critical issues like health care, crime and unemployment?
The commonwealth is using technology deployed from Medicaid reform to build the platform.
GovDelivery CEO Scott Burns says cross-promotion, leveraging multiple channels and going (more) mobile can improve alert notifications to constituents.
Also check out doodling in 3-D and the FDA-approved bionic eye.
This summer, the California Technology Agency will unveil the "myMap” tab, which lets citizens build personalized GIS maps through a mashup of data.
Chief Innovation Officer Adel Ebeid describes city efforts to promote and sustain innovation-oriented activities.
Watch how California’s Department of State Hospitals – Napa improves staff and patient security in the wake of tragedy
Watch how the State of Tennessee’s IP-based emergency response network will make emergency services faster, easier and more reliable.