Government Technology

Tod Newcombe

Senior Editor

With more than 20 years of experience covering state and local government, Tod previously was the editor of Public CIO, e.Republic’s award-winning publication for information technology executives in the public sector. He is now a senior editor for Government Technology and a columnist at Governing magazine.

Twitter: @dcommunities

Recent Articles

Digital Communities Special Report: The Ideal Digital City
June 10, 2016 - Taking a look at five key technologies - broadband, open data, GIS, CRM and analytics - and providing a window into how they're helping city governments cope with economic, educational and societal demands.

Digital Communities Special Report: The Ideal Digital City
June 10, 2016 - Taking a look at five key technologies - broadband, open data, GIS, CRM and analytics - and providing a window into how they're helping city governments cope with economic, educational and societal demands.

Digital Communities Special Report: The Ideal Digital City
June 10, 2016 - Taking a look at five key technologies - broadband, open data, GIS, CRM and analytics - and providing a window into how they're helping city governments cope with economic, educational and societal demands.

Digital Communities Special Report: The Ideal Digital City
June 10, 2016 - Taking a look at five key technologies - broadband, open data, GIS, CRM and analytics - and providing a window into how they're helping city governments cope with economic, educational and societal demands.

Digital Communities Special Report: The Ideal Digital City
June 10, 2016 - Taking a look at five key technologies - broadband, open data, GIS, CRM and analytics - and providing a window into how they're helping city governments cope with economic, educational and societal demands.

Digital Communities Special Report: The Ideal Digital City
June 10, 2016 - Taking a look at five key technologies - broadband, open data, GIS, CRM and analytics - and providing a window into how they're helping city governments cope with economic, educational and societal demands.

Security, Privacy, Governance Concerns About Smart City Technologies Grow
June 07, 2016 - As urban centers expand their reliance on automated sensors and algorithms, they increase risks of data security breaches, vulnerabilities to invasions of privacy and concerns about software reliability.

Wave of Website Renovations Hits Government
June 02, 2016 - Several big cities are decluttering and redesigning their government websites to make them easier to use.

Will the IT Staff Bubble Burst?
April 01, 2016 - States are not only anticipating a wave of retirements but also trouble filling the vacancies. In response, some are already developing new recruitment strategies.

Calvin Rhodes
March 23, 2016 - CIO, Georgia

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