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The pay for Internet cable installers means that $1.2 billion in federal broadband expansion money coming to Pennsylvania in 2025 will not go as far unless workers in the less hazardous jobs are paid appropriately.
The Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa says one of its booster stations has been hacked and partially controlled by a cyber guerilla group tied to the Iranian government, according to news reports.
According to the Federal Highway Administration, the grant funding, allocated under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, aims to propel digital construction tools such as computer modeling and 3D design in 10 state DOTs.
The state of Pennsylvania has announced the addition of select resources to the electronic Power Library, providing constituents with tools to learn new languages, learn about their heritage and more.
Amazon Web Services’ James Sipe will replace acting CISO Chris Dressler on Nov. 27. Sipe is the first permanent appointment to the role since the departure of longtime CISO Erik Avakian last year.
Professors at Wilkes University, Kings College, the University of Scranton and others are exploring AI's potential to help students refine their writing, and to help multilingual learners and those with disabilities.
Greene County, Pa., commissioners and other elected officials unveiled a $5.2 million project that will bring high-speed Internet connections to an isolated area with spotty service, where there isn’t service at all.
Bringing a background as a private-sector product leader, Pennsylvania Chief Information Officer Amaya Capellán talked at NASCIO about using human-centered design principles to improve service delivery to residents.
The recent decision to move forward with automatic voter registration plans in Pennsylvania has some Republicans worried about how the policy will be implemented across county election departments.
Governors Josh Shapiro and Glenn Youngkin have issued new guidance on the use of artificial intelligence technology in state government. Both orders seek to create a more solid foundation for the rapidly evolving technology.