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A total of 38 California counties have placed their rural broadband hopes in a new partnership with Utah's UTOPIA Fiber, an organization that facilitates the construction of open access networks.
Several cities in Northeastern Ohio, from Cleveland to Canton, are using American Rescue Plan Act dollars for surveillance-related technology. Experts remain skeptical about surveillance tech's effect on crime.
Election officials in Clackamas County, Ore., didn't notice a printing issue with the barcodes on election ballots that were sent to some voters. The county has a history of election ballot errors.
The company already handles billing for 15 million households overseas and expects to gain in the U.S. via its Salesforce-based customer information system. It becomes the latest U.K. gov tech firm to expand here.
Loup Power District is developing a funding resolution that can lead to the construction of a 300-mile backbone network. The effort will affect residents in four rural Nebraska counties: Boone, Colfax, Nance and Platte.
Broadband subscriptions are more expensive in the United States than in other countries, but addressing this supply-side imbalance doesn't necessarily mean that low-income families will be able to afford broadband.
The semiconductor crisis in the United States is affecting everything from the automotive industry to governments that are trying to upgrade their systems. A bipartisan Congress must act immediately.
For training purposes, police in Westfield, Mass., can now experience de-escalation and use-of-force situations through virtual reality. One advantage of VR training is that officers can train day or night with the tech.
First responders — from police to firemen — in Amherst, N.Y., often have trouble communicating during emergencies when they're only 100 feet away from each other. The town wants COVID-19 dollars to change that.
In a vote along party lines, the Connecticut Legislature has passed a bill that would require state agencies to switch to electric vehicles. The bill also expands the state's existing EV rebate program.
The cloud-based software provider to public agencies launched in 2016 and now sells tools for procurement, budgeting, permitting and other government tasks. The deal values GTY at $363 million, according to one source.
In August or November, voters in Clark County, Wash., will be able to decide whether a 0.1 percent sales tax will be adopted in order to fund body and dash cameras for the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
About one-third of Douglas County, Ore., is able to access fiber Internet. The project, which began over 20 years ago, has brought substantial economic impact to the local area to the tune of $28 million each year.
Michigan's groundbreaking connected and automated vehicle lane will run between Detroit and Ann Arbor. Ford will provide not only financial support but also infrastructure support to ensure connectivity for vehicles.
Research has found that 21 members of Congress or members of their immediate family have bought and sold about $1.8 million in crypto-related investments. Does this pattern represent something unethical at play?