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The city’s approach can best be described as informal, the auditor said, particularly when it comes to oversight of independent city agencies or cultural facilities that operate on subnetworks.
Artificial intelligence isn’t everywhere yet, but several local governments around the country have either discovered how it can further enable modern 311 or are considering how it could.
Facing book bans and programming controversies, an increasing number of libraries are publishing data dashboards for transparency, public accountability and strategic focus.
David Edinger, former CIO for the city and county of Denver, has been tapped to lead the Colorado Office of Information Technology; this comes after Denver named Suma Nallapati, former Colorado IT chief, as its CIO.
The Denver Police Department and Denver 911 have launched the SPIDR Tech customer service program, which will send 911 callers automated text or email messages about police response to and outcomes of the calls they’ve made.
Suma Nallapati, who was appointed to serve as CIO for the city and county of Denver earlier this fall, plans to take a human-centered approach to IT to help actualize the mayor’s vision for a vibrant region.
Suma Nallapati, who formerly served as CIO for the state of Colorado and more recently held a role in the private sector, has been tapped to take on the role of CIO for the city and county of Denver.
The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance announced its third annual C² Challenge, a call to urban tech companies and universities to submit low-cost smart city solutions for the Denver metro region.
Cash incentives to be used toward the purchase of an electric bike in Denver are helping to reduce annual car trips and improve regional mobility options. Those watching the space hope the momentum will build even further.
The Denver FBI field office is warning the public not to use the free public USB device chargers found in hotels, shopping centers and airports. The ports are increasingly being used to deliver malware to personal devices.