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Local Government

In an 11-1 vote Thursday, commissioners with the Santa Cruz Regional Transportation Commission approved an early-phase analysis of a 22-mile electric passenger rail system connecting north and south county.
Forth is developing a free online learning portal for cities, counties and other organizations looking for resources around how to plan and develop electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
From staffing strategies and emerging tech to municipal spending and remote work, here's a data-driven look at the top digital cities nationwide from the Center for Digital Government's annual survey.
Our annual look back at the headline-grabbing news events of the past 12 months tells the story of government IT shops taking stock of lessons learned from weathering the pandemic and turning toward what's next.
Global tensions are prompting state and local governments to deepen focus on their abilities to prevent, withstand and recover from cyber incidents, and many are particularly concerned about risks to sensitive data, according to a new report.
The findings, compiled by a contractor, outlined an important blueprint about what needs the county should focus on moving forward, officials said. It also gives the county credibility as it competes for grant funding.
The Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship has launched a new mural map and smartphone app to bring attention to the work of local art and artists. In recent years, the city has focused on replacing graffiti with murals.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ National Integrated Ballistic Information Network stores millions of pieces of ballistics intelligence to help law enforcement generate investigative leads in gun crimes.
The newly released app allows users to submit requests in a wide range of categories, including abandoned vehicles, anonymous criminal reports, public records requests, broken streetlights and other services.
The cyber incident continues to disrupt services like accepting payments and issuing and processing permits. The county says it is looking for fixes and actively investigating the incident with the help of third-party specialists.