How Will Government Grapple With the Fallout of Public Data Concerns?
Plus, getting to tech woke, Colorado moves benefits management system to Salesforce and more.
Getting to Tech Woke
It's not like Facebook is the only company — or organization, for that matter — trying to convince the public that it can be trusted with data. But, for better or worse, it has become the face of the public's concern about privacy and the unintended consequences of unbridled data collection. In the aftermath, writes Paul Taylor
Colorado Moves Benefits Management System to Salesforce
More than 5,000 county and medical assistance employees across the state use the system
Illinois is in the Market for Cybersecurity Tools
The state, whose election systems have been targeted by hackers, will use federal money to buy technology
to bolster its cybersecurity for those systems.
Alaska Creates Chief Innovation Officer Position with an Eye on Data
The state has become the latest to create a dedicated innovation leadership role
, and it wants to use it to explore new ways to use data and artificial intelligence.
Tech-Related Ballot Measures are Packed into the West
There are some very tech-relevant initiatives either on the ballot or headed to it for the midterm elections, but they are mostly crowded into the western states. We've got more on the initiatives here
GovTech company on our radar this week:
: Collaboration, engagement and change management tools meant to help government incorporate new technology into the urban fabric. Based in the U.K., D4SC recently participated in the Global Startup Battleground at the BridgeSF conference in San Francisco..
Run a GovTech company? Get on our radar here.
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