How Data-Driven Learning is Changing Education
November 11, 2014 - Longitudinal data sets give educators a 360-degree view of student performance at the push of a button -- and they're changing education at both the student and policy levels.
Breaking In: How Tech Entrepreneurs are Changing Government
November 04, 2014 - Some tech entrepreneurs are making headway, delivering a range of tools to improve government and ultimately better the lives of citizens.
State and Local Governments Hustle to Fill the Cybersecurity Workforce Gap
October 03, 2014 - The shortage of cybersecurity experts is well documented. So what are agencies doing to fill the gap?
Shared Services Agreements Aim to Keep IT Operations Afloat in the Next Big Storm
August 22, 2014 - Governments team up to develop backup arrangements for tech services in the event of an emergency.
Agencies Inch Toward Solutions on BYOD
July 18, 2014 - Solutions to deal with security and data privacy issues have sprouted up in droves, but is there a good fix to the people problem?
Open by Default
April 28, 2014 - Governments outside the U.S. have embraced the OpenDocument Format as the new way of doing business. What should state and local governments know about it?
Cyberinsurance: Do You Need It?
February 27, 2014 - Not everyone's convinced of the value, but public CIOs must be involved in the decision.
Emergency Agencies Prepare for Cyberbreaches to 911 Systems
January 21, 2014 - Emergency managers are increasingly concerned about cyberattacks on 911 and other public safety systems.
Baltimore Builds a Data Dictionary
November 25, 2013 - By collecting and collating disparate data, government agencies are creating information repositories to assist decision-making.
Oregon Health Insurance Exchange Is Powered by Design Thinking
September 24, 2013 - With the launch of Cover Oregon, state officials expect their commitment to design thinking to pay off.