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Over 67 acres owned by a Catholic liberal arts university in Irving, Texas, have been rezoned for a data center, slated for completion in 2027, that would support regional needs for data collection and artificial intelligence.
Five North Texas cities — Dallas, Arlington, Plano, Frisco and DeSoto — have started vying to become the first in the U.S. to pilot the novel transportation system known as Whoosh.
Results for America has recognized nine municipalities for using data to inform policy and improve government service delivery to residents. To date, 83 cities have received the What Works Cities Certification.
The seasoned former CIO of one of the largest cities in the country will take his three decades of federal and local tech know-how and share it as an executive partner for the global company.
The city’s chief technology and information security officer of six years will, for now, serve as chief information officer following the retirement Tuesday of CIO Bill Zielinski. The outgoing CIO will head to the private sector.
Proposition J asks Dallas voters to authorize the city to issue $5 million in general obligation bonds for information technology facilities and improvements.
Kansas-based QTS Realty Trust will build a more than 210,000-square-foot, two-story data center in Irving, Texas. Plans are to commence construction in August. The project is just the latest in the area’s robust market for data centers.
The Texas Innovation Consortium Fund, set up at the University of Texas at Dallas, aims to build workforce training programs and attract public and private investment in the state.
Hackers who targeted the city of Dallas had access to the addresses, Social Security numbers and other personal information of nearly 300 more people than what had been previously disclosed to the public, officials now say.
As the outage persists and people say they lack firm answers on when it will end, members of a Dallas community believe this is a symptom of inequalities they’ve been fighting for some time now.