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Sarah Rich

Sarah Rich is a former staff writer for Government Technology.

The Sandy Hook school shooting prompts Louisiana to require schools and law enforcement to collaborate.
Trenkle will step down after eight years with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for a private-sector job.
Elimination of paper billing process cuts clerical staff time by 18 hours a week.
The backup data center in Little Rock eliminates the need to outsource failover and recovery testing.
North Carolina and Philadelphia explore new methods to procure technology and award government contracts.
The new analytics tool developed by IBM allows the Police Department to pull public data from across city departments and outside sources to help stop crime before it happens.
The new mobile app JaxFerry tracks arrival and departure times for Jacksonville’s river ferry.
Tolva plans to depart from Chicago city government on Nov. 1 to pursue opportunities with the private sector.
The city plans to grow its workforce and improve gigabit connectivity for institutions like public schools and universities.
The online map developed by Google.org displays emergency- and disaster-affected areas of San Francisco.
The online map developed by Google.org displays emergency- and disaster-affected areas of San Francisco.
The nonprofit’s fellowships may only last a year, but the goal is to build a sustainable community of civic innovators.
The open data platform supports cross-jurisdictional data free to government agencies and will benefit Code for America’s Brigade program.
The nonprofit’s fourth annual summit brought leaders in civic engagement together to discuss innovation and how it can be executed in public sector.
The LAPD is piloting sophisticated mapping technology for better situational awareness during large-scale events.
Tweets about the Bryan PD shed light on law enforcement protocols and a day in the life of an officer.
Government Technology takes a look at airport Wi-Fi networks in the U.S. that pass and fail on providing free and fast Wi-Fi connectivity.
Mobile tickets purchased on the GoPass app change colors to indicate the status of the ticket.
The technology allows police officers to decide if they want to be tracked via their department-issued cellphones.
The new cloud service will be hosted in the continental U.S. and has been granted FedRAMP provisional authority to operate.
The technology allows police officers to decide if they want to be tracked via their department-issued cellphones.
The city expects significant savings from a new workforce management system that allows city employees to log hours at their offices and remotely on city-issued mobile devices.
Mount Dora’s new on-site appliance for disaster recovery has the potential to connect to a hybrid cloud from an off-site vendor.
A new survey released by Cisco showed that most IT decision-makers want to invest in cybersecurity within the next year despite shrinking budgets.
The launch of the new national health insurance marketplace is bringing about a host of scams by would-be fraudsters seeking consumers' personal information.
The public cloud service industry is expected to grow to $131 billion this year.
The new SMS emergency alert notification system was integrated into a similar system built in-house by the university.
The new SMS emergency alert notification system was integrated into a similar system built in-house by the university.
Confused about whether you qualify for health-care and government tax credit subsidies? Two new online tools help users calculate their eligibility.
The expanded video infrastructure will assist with claims investigations connected to alleged staff misconduct.