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Jascha Franklin-Hodge, who has been serving as executive director of the Open Mobility Foundation, will become the next chief of streets in Boston. Franklin-Hodge previously served as the city's chief information officer.
Answer: It’s still unknown, but Amazon says they figured it out.
Answer: Yes, and they’ll probably even still pay if you haven’t.
The company's new portal gives public procurement officials the ability to search for requests for proposals and other similar documents for a wide range of purchases as they seek to conduct their own projects.
The early stages of a new pilot program are forming and could incorporate blockchain into the city's government. Officials have asked technologists to show how the tech might improve service delivery and solve challenges.
Answer: The Tears of Joy emoji (😂), also known as the laughing crying one.
Answer: Yes, but Congress doesn’t want them to get away with it.
Answer: By increasing the popularity of the Omicron cryptocurrency.
Some broadband providers are exploiting the Emergency Broadband Benefit program, says the Federal Communications Commission. Such providers may be targeted for legal action as investigation continues.
The ERP technology provider says its new product integrates with other tools and can reduce budget management and development time by half. The company launches the platform as it settles in from its latest acquisition.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has published a request for information in the Federal Register about the use of emerging technologies in both the public and private sectors.
Answer: Probably not, except in official cases.
The startup’s new tool gives people the ability to search for specific properties or browse and filter by attribute. It also seeks to tell users not just what a property is now, but what it could be in the future.
New Mexico Gov. Lujan Grisham has named Matt Schmit the broadband adviser of the state’s recently formed Office of Broadband Access and Expansion to coordinate broadband efforts across the state.
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Answer: They can if they have a DogPhone.
Vimo, which runs some of the largest state health insurance exchanges with its GetInsured software, has acquired the company for its health and safety net service delivery management technology.
The latest in a string of acquisitions for the Canadian public safety tech company reflects the push to upgrade emergency dispatch services as well as the hot M&A market for government technology.
ResourceX, which works on Priority-Based Budgeting, has pulled in a seed investment round right as the federal government is poised to pump billions of dollars in infrastructure funding into state and local government.
A report from EdWeek Research Center and ManagedMethods finds many K-12 districts lack adequate cloud security protocols, despite their move to cloud applications for data storage purposes and a rise in cyber attacks.
Answer: No, but now they can with this new case.
The New York-based company is pushing into the public sector as more agencies lean on the latest tools to prevent fraudulent claims for services and benefits. The funding reflects digital ID’s move into the mainstream.