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Plus, the federal digital discrimination task force is holding a listening session this week in New York City; Charlotte is launching a pilot program to increase tech transparency; and more.
With state funding from the Department of Development, Ohio State University will connect high-speed Internet to a site that will be used as a demonstration area and proving grounds for autonomous farming equipment.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced today that $5 million in grant funding is now available to help local law enforcement agencies invest in body camera equipment and pay for associated expenses.
Plus, AT&T is opening a center to support digital equity in Miami, Kansas is the latest state to submit its five-year broadband action plan to the federal government, and more.
The company has announced plans to spend $1.7 billion to expand its three Ohio data center sites to boost artificial intelligence efforts and tools like Google search, Maps, and Gmail.
The Ohio History Connection attempted to negotiate over extortion payments related to a July ransomware attack, but cyber criminals rejected the act, potentially leading to a likely data leak.
This week, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown announced $162.5 million in federal funding for high-speed Internet infrastructure and community and workforce development projects. The money comes from the American Rescue Plan's Capital Projects Fund.
Data from cities, counties and states reveals the roles they have the toughest time filling (and they’re not just in cybersecurity). Here are some of their innovative approaches to navigating these workforce shortages.
The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction has expanded access to a virtual learning platform for those in the state’s correctional facilities to improve the re-entry process and reduce recidivism.
The Ohio Department of Transportation and DriveOhio — an Ohio government organization focused on mobility technology — are rolling out a four-year, $8 million plan to bring these semitrucks to roads in both states.