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Training systems like Georgia’s Cyber Range are crucial, enabling students to practice their tech skills with real-world scenarios such as machine learning for a manufacturer or information security on a mobile app.
Newsrooms across the country have withered while the stories they produce at great cost enrich big technology companies that pay little or nothing for sharing them on their platforms.
The county board of commissioners is asking to be considered for the state’s Realizing Opportunities for Broadband Infrastructure Networks grant, seizing the opportunity to apply before the next round of grants in 2024.
The federal joint advisory details indicators of compromise and tactics, techniques and procedures associated with the disruptive ransomware variant, as well as advising on improving cyber defenses.
County and city governments in Nevada could be on the hook for repaying the state for unused voting machines under a new bill being considered by lawmakers there as of Thursday.
The $1.8 million fire truck — to be housed at the new Station 7 facility — is being built and final delivery is expected by 2025. City officials are requesting federal funding to cover the full cost of the truck.
Plus, Vermont is the latest state actively seeking resident input on its digital equity planning, Hawaii's state digital equity leader is honored by a pair of new awards, and more.
Baltimore’s procurement process caused backlogs in the Baltimore Police Department’s forensic laboratory, hindering lab testing and analysis, according to a city audit completed earlier this year.
In the wake of cyber attacks on several area organizations, officials in Pennsylvania are warning the public to be wary of online threats and to take steps to ensure their digital security.
With more attention on technology leaders than ever before, CIOs must engage meaningfully with the heads of business lines throughout government.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors has approved funds for an app that will allow outreach workers, paramedics, law enforcement officers and others to match homeless people with available shelter.
The Washington, D.C., Department of Corrections has implemented a pilot program to help individuals who are incarcerated gain access to cloud certifications that will help ensure they earn living wages upon their release.
Twelve companies have been selected to participate in the inaugural Smart Futures Lab at the University of Colorado, Denver. The companies bring a range of smart city and transportation expertise.
When it comes to transportation infrastructure, the street curb is increasingly viewed as a revenue source for cash-strapped public transit as it tries to recover from the lingering effects of pandemic ridership declines.
The New York State Public Service Commission will hold virtual public statement hearings to receive public comments concerning the availability, reliability and affordability of broadband in the state.