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The Cowlitz County Auditor's Office is currently building an online database for records stretching from the 1850s to present day. Auditor Carolyn Fundingsland hopes to have the project complete by the end of 2024.
The city of Philadelphia has launched an interactive dashboard to make the city’s campaign finance data available and accessible to members of the public, the media, researchers and candidates.
During a panel discussion on the subject of data management, state data experts discussed the importance of intentionally obtaining data to inform decision-making and tell a story to those who use it.
The Patrolfinder software, from Schenectady-based Transfinder, is giving officers in the field and at the station real-time data about calls for service and emergency calls, as well as the locations of other officers.
Companies like Intertrust Technologies and StreetLight Data are developing new data tools for the planners integrating electric vehicles and charging infrastructure into the broader transportation network.
To scale up the amount of data it takes in on Arizona's water systems, the state's Department of Environmental Quality's Water Watch program designed an app that puts data collection in the hands of residents.
End-to-end procurement is a complex set of processes with many moving parts. Advanced process mining solutions provide an X-ray of end-to-end procurement processes and then enable organizations to standardize, streamline, optimize and automate those processes. By drawing on the insights that process mining provides, organizations can create greater value across the entire procurement chain.
Enpira is one of a dozen companies selected for the Govtech Accelerator Program by CivStart, to further develop its business model and technology for the government sector markets.
The Cook County 2010-2020 Census Demographics App received a major update today, giving users insight into a range of demographic changes that took place in the county between 2015 and 2020.
Ashley Bolton, the city of Littleton, Colo.'s former CIO, has taken a new IT role with the city and county of Denver, where she is serving as the chief data and information security officer.
Neil Cooke, who has served as interim chief data officer since the departure of Ed Kelly in September, has been selected to fill the position on a permanent basis. He brings more than two decades of IT experience to the role.
The Dalles has agreed to disclose how much of the city’s water Google’s data centers use, abandoning a 13-month legal fight to keep the info secret, and committing to release the company’s water consumption in the future.
More important to Ukrainians than assets coming in is what's going out: massive amounts of government, tax, banking and property data vulnerable to destruction and abuse should Russian invaders get their hands on it.
Waste collection is an often-underutilized source of municipal data, and in Columbus, integration with city GIS tools help trash pickup not only clean city streets, but enhance customer service.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ National Integrated Ballistic Information Network stores millions of pieces of ballistics intelligence to help law enforcement generate investigative leads in gun crimes.