A new tool from the Pittsburgh Office of Management and Budget aims to make data on budget decisions more transparent, as one of many efforts the city has undertaken to make data more accessible to the public.
When Santa Monica CIO Joseph Cevetello started with the city in 2016, many of the services offered to residents happened on paper. Now, the city is moving more of its services online, cutting staff time and expense.
The Maryland Judiciary’s E-rent Pilot Program in Baltimore County enables landlords to electronically file failure-to-pay-rent complaints. This pilot is the latest step in Maryland's court digitization efforts.
Local and state governments are required to run public notices — often in print — about zoning changes, foreclosures, hearings and other actions. Column wants to update that process while adding value to public data.
Twilio, a services provider with public- and private-sector clients, says some customers’ data was breached after employees fell for social engineering ploys. The firm hasn’t shared if government clients were impacted.
The new system, called Patron Point, will allow the county library system to improve communication with patrons about news and events and is being implemented across all seven branches.
The company, now about nine years old, received more than $100 million just a few years ago, and has been signing large state and local contracts rapidly. Now it's got another $90 million to support its expansion.
Residents in the Southern California city will get to experience an underground stormwater project in an augmented reality experience designed to give them a better understanding of both the project and area.
An unemployment system dating back to the 1990s, coupled with procedural failings and a surging jobless rate in the spring and summer of 2020, is behind the latest critical audit of the Oregon Employment Department.
The newly announced Equity Through Data and Privacy Program in San Jose, Calif., will use government data and analytics to better serve residents through an equity-based, accountability-driven approach.
Two recent department website redesigns — the San Diego Police Department and Homelessness Strategies and Solutions Department — were aimed at improving the user experience and access to critical service information.
The Department of Health and Human Resources and the Department of Motor Vehicles were among the state government agencies affected by the system outage. Issues with the mainframe began Tuesday.
The 4-year-old startup builds “connectors” to help tech from companies such as Accela and Laserfiche work better together — and it sees the new capital as a way to bring more companies and customers on board.
The Ashtabula County Recorder's Office recently unveiled a new system that allows residents to submit documents to be recorded digitally, avoiding postage or an in-person trip to Jefferson.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka has announced the launch of a website meant to help residents locate affordable housing options. The tool is part of the administration’s long-term goals related to equity in the city.
The 739 new kiosks will allow for free wireless Internet service, quicker connections and free phone calls, along with several other features. They will be installed in neighborhoods without access to reliable Internet service.