Jason Shueh

former staff writer

Jason Shueh is a former staff writer for Government Technology magazine.

Leaked documents and public reports show the digital service's funding agency is coping with declining revenues and budget shortfalls.
Following tragic flooding in the area, the city is using new GIS apps that may assist officials in flood zones across the U.S.
The solutions start with data sharing, said Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources William Hazel at the IT Solutions Management conference.
The solutions start with data sharing, said Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources William Hazel at the IT Solutions Management conference.
Tech entrepreneurs partnering with San Francisco, Oakland, San Leandro and West Sacramento reveal how they are reinventing city services in California and beyond.
Ash Carter reaches out to the tech industry with an open ear for feedback, a push for collaboration and an influx of investment dollars for defense solutions.
White House CTO Megan Smith says that even though the Obama administration will soon come to an end, the work on digital government is only beginning.
Singapore CIO Chan Cheow Hoe reveals the aspirations and strategies within the city-state's aggressive smart city initiatives.
A look back at highlights and happenings in the world of civic tech.
In a beta test, the algorithmic changes reduced racial profiling incidents by more than 75 percent.
Officials and digital voting advocates say statistics, polling infrastructure and auditing laws make voter fraud highly implausible.
In an exclusive interview with Government Technology, Newsom highlights his vision for civic tech and how it can fix a few of California’s more pressing pain points.
A look back at highlights and happenings in the world of civic tech.
Serial entrepreneur and former Chicago Transit Commissioner Gabe Klein announces CityFi, a smart city consulting venture.
With the second iteration of the Startup in Residence Program, four Northern California cities are gaining valuable tools and resources for citizens while chosen startups are earning persuasive use cases to help them scale into the gov tech market.
A look back at highlights and happenings in the world of civic tech.
Founded in March of 2014, 18F is a federal digital consultancy that helps other agencies buy, build and share modern software using agile development and human-centered design.
A look back at highlights and happenings in the world of civic tech.
Over the last year and a half, an open source budget visualization app called “Visual Budget” — which helps users understand figures with interactive and color-coded diagrams — has seen an increase in adoption rates.
After a fundraising shortfall in 2015, the civic tech group seeks a new operating model to scale and support its volunteer efforts.
A look back at highlights and happenings in the world of civic tech.
To enable financial transparency at the federal level, advocates of the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act are rallying for more funding, political support and authority to implement key reforms.
The city has announced plans to launch five major projects using Google innovation methods, including one that will help tackle homelessness.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth opened the lab intended to create solutions for cities by harnessing academic, private-sector and government partnerships.
In our exclusive interview, former GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini discusses the forces working against innovation — and why they should fail.
Innovators in 18F are also confronting resistance from internal groups within the General Services Administration.