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Elizabeth Zima

Elizabeth Zima is a former staff writer for Government Technology. She has written in depth on topics including health care, clinical science, physician relations and hospital communications.

While telecommunications companies say they will deploy 5G technology in the near future, significant barriers to its implementation exist.
This summer the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority will pilot a mobile system designed to allow employees to document traffic and infrastructure issues in real time.
As states struggle to close the connectivity gap in rural areas, some experts believe a federal mandate, similar to the one that first brought those residents electricity, might be in order.
The Commissioner of the Bureau of Information and Telecommunications for South Dakota has retired.
Recent incidents have left the public sector on edge when it comes to how it safeguards public resources from employees’ ad hoc cryptomining operations.
A sizable research grant is behind a University of California Natural Reserve System effort to monitor the state’s most precious resource.
ADA Technology Access Coordinator, Department on Disability, City of Los Angeles
Former CIO, Montana
A handful of states are considering cryptocurrency’s place when it comes to taxes, while some local governments are determining if it fits in at all.
The Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners is scheduled to vote on whether to implement a body-worn camera policy this month.