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    Data-driven reporting and analysis from Government Technology writers and editors.

    A pair of companies has released data from LED streetlight replacements in six cities in Maine, New York and Massachusetts where the municipalities are now collectively saving nearly $1 million per year.
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    State and local agencies can find effective solutions by identifying their goals first. In this Q&A, Keith Bauer, director of data and AI for state and local government at Microsoft, shares advice on how to get started.

    Using the Center for Digital Government's surveys of cities and counties across the U.S., we've identified the tech companies most commonly named as a top partner for public-sector IT organizations.
    Here’s a tool, using data from the U.S. Department of Energy, showing which states have the most electric vehicle charging stations and chargers — as well as how that stacks up with the number of EVs in that state.
    Ransomware continues to disrupt — and even paying up doesn’t spare victims from data loss. One report predicts turning the corner on ransomware soon, but other experts aren’t seeing strong evidence yet.
    Electric buses, though costly, are beginning to make up more and more of the U.S. transit fleet. Here's a tool where you can look up how many electric buses a transit agency has, as well as how much it's driving them.
    As cyber attacks, including denial-of-service hacks, increase worldwide amid the war in Ukraine, we take a look at data from Cloudflare showing the countries with the highest concentration of DDoS traffic.
    The new data, from a survey fielded by gov tech vendor Springbrook Software, gives a fresh and unique perspective on the number of public servants still working remotely two years into the pandemic.
    From online services and cybersecurity to artificial intelligence and virtual reality, these are the highlights from the 55 top-performing jurisdictions in the 2021 Digital Cities Survey.
    While the lion's share of the funding available to state government in the just-passed bipartisan infrastructure bill will be dished out based on formulas, the majority of the grant programs will be competitive.