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Data from the U.S. General Services Administration shows that larger counties are far more likely to participate in the .gov program than smaller ones, and certain states have barely touched it.
With its most recent financial filings, Tyler Technologies has officially hit a major milestone: For the first time, it has topped $1 billion in annual revenue. Here's a look at the company's past 20 years.
A study from cybersecurity firm McAfee of county websites in 13 states found that smaller jurisdictions were generally less likely to encrypt their websites — a standard security measure — than larger ones.
The cybersecurity firm found that many counties in a group of electoral battleground states haven't taken measures — encrypting their websites and moving to .gov domains — that protect their credibility.
The nation’s governors are delving into their varied policy priorities for the coming year, but a new shared reality is emerging: Governors are committed to ensuring that everyone has access to the Internet.