Chicago has launched a new data transparency website intended to enhance public access to key information on the city services and community investments funded via the Chicago Recovery Plan.
The Montana National Guard confirmed last week that its team responded to an April cyberattack against the Montana State University (MSU) in Bozeman.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that as part of its efforts to close the homework gap it has allocated more than $24 million in a new funding round for the Emergency Connectivity Fund Program (ECP), which provides digital services for students across the country.
Gallaudet University, a liberal arts university for deaf students, has launched the first tests of new hologram technology for American Sign Language (ASL) in an academic setting.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp line-item vetoed $550,000 in proposed funding for technology aimed at reducing wait times for voters checking in at their polling places.
As part of the commission’s push to increase participation in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chair Jessica Rosenworcel is partnering with Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego to raise awareness of the ACP.
In a bid to understand how enrollment is going for the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), the Benton Institute for Broadband and Society released a new resource, the ACP Performance Tool.
Led by Code.org, a group of education and technology leaders have launched TeachAI, a new initiative focused on integrating AI education into primary and secondary curricula through new reports, policy recommendations, and public engagement opportunities.
A year after the Government Accountability Office (GAO) made a call for a unified Federal government broadband strategy, that idea appeared to attract some backing at a House subcommittee hearing on May 10 that tackled possible next steps for consolidating and organizing the programs.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has created a new landing page, GetInternet.gov, for applications to its Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).