Plus, New Mexico’s broadband director is retiring, California has a new public broadband services bill and applications are open for the National Digital Inclusion Alliance’s 2023 digital trailblazers program.
More than 400 residents and business owners have responded so far to a survey that Carroll County’s Technology Services created to gather information about access to broadband Internet connections.
The Baltimore Police Department is asking residents for input on a plan to use drones during crime scene management and tactical situations, outlining the specific circumstances where the technology could be used.
Baltimore’s use of surveillance and facial recognition technology would face new restrictions under legislation introduced by a city councilman this week.
Funded by federal and state grants and tax credits, Baltimore City Public Schools has entered a 12-year contract with Massachusetts-based Highland Electric Fleets for 20 buses and 25 chargers starting this fall.
District leaders from Baltimore County Public Schools reflect on their ongoing cybersecurity efforts and lessons learned in the course of recovering from a crippling cyber attack in 2020.
Baltimore’s procurement process caused backlogs in the Baltimore Police Department’s forensic laboratory, hindering lab testing and analysis, according to a city audit completed earlier this year.
Maryland’s inspector general partially faulted the Baltimore County school system for a cyber attack on its network in November 2020, because it had neglected to relocate database servers as advised by the state.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott has announced that Shelby Switzer has been hired to lead the city's Digital Services Team. Switzer is the first official hire for this team that was created in September 2022.