The state of Colorado has launched a pilot program at the Pueblo Regional Center that uses virtual reality technology to train staff to better serve individuals with developmental disabilities and other health needs.
Twelve companies have been selected to participate in the inaugural Smart Futures Lab at the University of Colorado, Denver. The companies bring a range of smart city and transportation expertise.
Colorado Office of Information Technology's Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Senior Manager Sarah Consuelo Hernandez on her approach to human-centered design, increasing diversity in IT and making a lasting impact.
Secure government requires a cyber-aware workforce. Doing it well means helping employees stay safe even outside of work, motivating them around the importance of security and fostering a culture where they feel safe reporting incidents.
The state will now offer constituents a digital tool to help people who are blind or have low vision navigate physical government locations and digital services in an effort to improve accessibility.
Plus, more states are holding in-person events to stoke citizen participation in their connectivity work, President Biden's long-delayed fifth FCC commissioner nominee gets a hearing, and more.
Lawmakers brought forward a bill this year that, if passed, would add interim goals and a more stringent timeline for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, encouraging people to buy electric lawn equipment.
The state’s highest court is set to review the Denver Police Department’s controversial use of a Google search warrant that led officers to identify and arrest three teenagers in connection with a 2020 arson that killed five.
Plus, New York reaches a critical milestone in its ongoing broadband connection efforts; Colorado offers more broadband grants; the NTIA highlights 40 local government digital inclusion resources; and more.
In March, Gov. Jared Polis and Colorado Parks and Wildlife unveiled two charging stations at Cheyenne Mountain State Park. Since that time, 14 more charging stations have been introduced at parks across the state.