As part of an effort to improve driver safety, the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security (DSHS) has made crash data available via an open data portal.
The city of Scranton, Pa., is looking to purchase a mobile app to provide mental health services for first responders.
To help improve health outcomes, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is turning to a private sector partner to release an app for Medicaid-eligible families in need of pregnancy and post-partum support.
The Yolo County Superior Court in California has implemented a text notification system available for parties with current cases before the court.
New research has found that 96 percent of apps used in K-12 schools send student data to third parties, including advertisers.
Cook County, Illinois, has announced a major update to its 2010-2020 Census Demographics App. The newly updated interactive map makes it easier to identify a variety of demographic changes that took place in Cook County on a census-tract level between 2015 and 2020.
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), a regional public transportation authority, is launching a mobile ticketing pilot program that allows riders to purchase tickets for one or more people using a smartphone.
Joining Maryland, Nebraska, and South Dakota, five additional states have banned the social media platform TikTok from government devices.
The Rhode Island Seafood Marketing Collaborative (RISMC), public-private body that aims to support local fishermen and seafood farmers, has launched FishLine, a mobile app and redesigned website that aim to bring awareness to Rhode Island’s local seafood market.
The city of Charlotte, N.C., has launched the TravelSafely App, intended to improve safety for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists by connecting users to an electronic network of intersection and crosswalk data.