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Funding Gov Tech

Exploring the new landscape for funding and sustaining your gov tech investments


From the basics of technology funding models to exploring new, innovative public-private partnership models, this initiative will provide a wealth of information relevant to anyone involved in the budgeting, procurement, or management of government technology.

Some $3.1 million of the $6.3 million budget under consideration is slated for a project to install fiber-optic cables in the rural area between Ariel and Cougar. The project is currently in the engineering phase.
Federal funds are helping rural southwest Wisconsin expand access to Internet service. The Reedsburg Utility Commission received a $28 million loan in August for nine underground fiber-optic projects.
Independence police say they plan to outfit their officers with body cameras by January 2024 after the department received a grant from the Department of Justice that will pay for 200 body cameras and three additional positions.
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded the grants in an effort to modernize IT infrastructure for unemployment programs with cloud technology and user-friendly interfaces. Here’s who got the money.
Infrastructure pivots on complex, long-term planning involving millions of dollars. But with modern data methods, argues Balaji Sreenivasan, the government can achieve more confidence about what the future holds.
Two Oregon cities are set to receive more than $1 million to purchase small electric street sweepers through the federal Carbon Reduction Program. Albany will receive $739,082 while Corvallis will get $300,000.
The public servants who handle procurement wield millions of dollars and important contracts supporting work with far-reaching impacts. So why are they underpaid? Contributor Dan Kim discusses possible solutions.
The newly adopted city budget for the 2023-2024 fiscal year includes millions for a variety of technology projects. These projects include communications systems upgrades, replatforming the MyLA311 system and more.
Some $386 million in state funding is set to be distributed to counties throughout the state to expand Internet service. The governor has awarded 56 grants totaling more than $196 million from the Broadband Deployment Fund so far.
The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles has announced that myDMV will now accept cryptocurrency through PayPal for online payments for services like renewing a driver’s license or vehicle registration.
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