Government Technology

David Raths

contributing writer

Twitter: @dcommunities

Recent Articles

The Big Redesign: What's Next for Government Websites?
September 01, 2016 - States and localities have their work cut out for them when it comes to modernizing their portals.

Assessing the Next-Gen 911 Funding Gap
August 02, 2016 - While FirstNet gets $7 billion, next-gen 911 gets $150 million from the feds.

Can Vendor Scorecards Cut Down on IT Project Failures?
June 03, 2016 - California wants to find out.

When Publishing Open Data, Cities and States Have Variety of Platform Choices
March 04, 2016 - As the open data publishing market heats up, all levels of government have more partners to choose from.

Sending Medicaid to the Cloud
January 12, 2016 - Led by Wyoming, states are ready to pioneer MMIS as a service.

The Promise and Pain of Building a Regional Justice Information Network
September 30, 2015 - This network in the Pacific Northwest not only links data for police officers in the field, it also provides a common platform for jails, computer-aided dispatch centers and district attorneys' offices.

States and Localities Consider Security as a Service
August 31, 2015 - Is security the next as-a-service offering you'll be sending to the cloud?

New Benefits Emerge from Traditional Public Works Infrastructure
July 31, 2015 - In January, the Portland Water Bureau in Oregon flipped the on switch for the first project in the U.S. to produce energy from in-pipe hydropower in a municipal water pipeline.

Disruptive Technology that Could Transform Government-Citizen Relationships
July 28, 2015 - Examples across the spectrum prove that leading-edge technology is spilling into the public sector today.

First Responders Experiment with Social Media in Disaster Response
July 23, 2015 - Emergency management agencies are beginning to work on how to incorporate social media into operations to improve situational awareness for responders

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