The order defines zero-emissions as “any vehicles that use a propulsion technology that does not produce greenhouse-gas emission,” which leaves the door open to options beyond electric vehicles.
Amid struggles to fill open cybersecurity positions, some states have looked toward volunteer citizen brigades trained to respond when smaller jurisdictions need help. Experts consider whether the benefits outweigh the risks.
This marks the first ZeroEyes deployment in a state capitol building. The company, whose tools work with security cameras, recently raised $23 million and hopes to sell more often to public agencies, along with schools.
This connected-vehicle plan would create a system that could broadcast safety alerts to drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists with equipment to also receive the messages.
The state recently launched an in-house secure online auction site, overcoming unique challenges. The project is projected to save the state $250,000 a year. Here’s a look at the most popular items listed.
Homeowners associations could be prohibited from blocking energy efficiency upgrades – from rooftop solar panels and home EV charging to rain barrels – under a new proposed bill in the Michigan House.
The Michigan Supreme Court has expanded new technology to make mediation services available to parents with busy and unpredictable schedules — but can domestic issues really be settled through text?
Plus, New Mexico’s broadband director is retiring, California has a new public broadband services bill and applications are open for the National Digital Inclusion Alliance’s 2023 digital trailblazers program.
The University of Michigan is requiring all students and staff to reset their passwords by Sept. 12 after officials discovered a "significant security threat" and took their network offline for a couple days.
Most systems at the university were back online Wednesday after a targeted attack Sunday had prompted officials to disconnect the university's server. Details on the attack are scant as it's still under investigation.