As natural disasters grow more severe across the country, local governments are increasingly using predictive analytics to understand where and when an emergency will impact their communities.
Prolonged drought, severe sea-level rise, dramatic flooding, raging wildfires. Climate change is having tangible impacts in regions across the country. Here’s what the models are telling us.
Efforts like reducing carbon emissions are important to fight climate change, but cities should also be looking at how they can reinforce roads, stabilize electric grids and use new technologies to build resilient communities.
New York Chief Information Officer Angelo "Tony" Riddick explains the state's cluster CIO model and discusses how his office is working to expand broadband and close the digital divide.
Hurricane-prone Tamarac, Fla., is a small city that makes the most of limited resources to support public safety. They work with Broward County via an interlocal agreement in which they share 911 services and Sheriff's Office IT.
With many governors' elections on the horizon, state chief information officers are focused on ensuring digital services are easy to use and accessible, and communicating support for their workforce.