Following a summer of record-breaking air quality concerns nationwide, the city of Boston has launched a new air quality widget.
The Kendall County, Ill., Sherriff’s Office is piloting a new tool that will help inform motorists of emergency situations while they’re on the road.
Ahead of the fall semester, Ohio University (OU) has unveiled a new app intended to help first-year students find their classes, share dining hall menus, and help commuter students navigate campus transportation.
The Lumberton, N.C. Police Department is using a new app to help residents connect with the department to find information, view alerts, and submit anonymous tips from their smartphone.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has launched a new online dashboard called the Massachusetts Vehicle Census (MVC).
In a bid to improve citizen engagement, Aiken, S.C., has unveiled a new texting platform, TextMyGov. In a press release, the city said the platform offers a simple and convenient way for residents to connect with the city using keywords and key phrases in text messaging. TextMyGov also offers residents the opportunity to opt-in to select lists to receive information via their cell phone.
The City of Seattle’s IT Department has released a Request for Information (RFI) to help the city “validate its business requirements, approach, and priorities” for a new Project Portfolio Management System (PPM) to support the Accounting and Budget Services (ABS) and Capital Development (CD) Divisions in the Finance and Administrative Services Department (FAS).
The Burlington County, N.J., Commissioners have launched the Burlington County Parks app, which provides residents and visitors with resources to locate information about the county’s parks system.