On this episode of GovTech360, a postmortem on Baltimore’s costly cybersecurity fail; a startup with a better way to find a public bathroom; and a first-person preview of GovTech’s adventures in China.
His approach to sustainability is bolder than most.
GT editors looked at data on more than 200 state chief information officers to find out average tenure, gender balance and what their resumes have in common. Tune in for our insights on surprises hiding in the data.
The first African-American woman to lead Cook County's State's Attorney's Office talks about how she's making it more transparent and where her confidence comes from.
In this episode of GovTech360, the Rapid Round format offers quick hits on a new blockchain hire for Colorado; a space-based solution to rural broadband; and a new, gender-neutral take on virtual assistants.
The debut episode of GovTech360 features two GT Doers, Dreamers and Drivers. We talk to Nebraska Chief Information Officer Ed Toner and Seattle Chief Privacy Officer Ginger Armbruster about their award-winning work.
For the fifth year, a group of mayors at the South by Southwest Conference in Austin, Texas, played 'shark' as they judged a handful of civic-minded startups that sought to solve hard city problems.
The fourth annual GovTech 100 list will be released this week.
By the end of her first term, Hawaii state Rep. Lauren Matsumoto was hospitalized for exhaustion from trying to "do it all."
Virginia state Rep. Jennifer Carroll Foy reflects on her first year in office and how she got there.
Faced with the prospect of up to a third of jobs being eliminated by automation in the next decade, governments are taking another look at Universal Basic Income.
St. Louis Treasurer Tishaura Jones reflects on her loss in the mayor's race and what she's been doing since.
A nonprofit helped Athens, Ga., address this often-ignored need and wants to expand its services.
Jackie Biskupski is the first openly gay elected official in Utah. But her sexual orientation isn't what her critics want to talk about.
North Dakota's Doug Burgum is helping to build a presidential library in his state.
Dayton, Ohio's Nan Whaley talks to people about policy where they feel most comfortable.
MIT researchers are trying something new to see if they can explain -- if not repair -- the relationship between the public and the government.