GovTech’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers for 2020 comprise an impressive cohort of tech leaders from the public and private sectors whose work makes government better. Here’s a glimpse at their accomplishments.
The nation’s governors are delving into their varied policy priorities for the coming year, but a new shared reality is emerging: Governors are committed to ensuring that everyone has access to the Internet.
Ohio Chief Information Officer Ervan Rodgers explains his approach to infrastructure consolidation, how to make a smart transition to cloud-based services and how the Innovate Ohio program will bolster citizen services.
Plus, the predicted growth of 5G adoption worldwide, drones that navigate via bat-like echolocation and a new ride-sharing app that proved far more popular than Uber when it first hit the streets of London.
Security chiefs spend a lot of time thinking about how to fend off attacks that come from outside their own systems, but threats from inside organizations can be just as devastating if the right measures aren’t in place.
A city’s walkability contributes to improved health outcomes for residents, lower crime rates and increased civic engagement. Governments can use data and artificial intelligence to improve their streets for pedestrians.