The City of Houston announced the launch of its new 311 platform that will enable citizens to more easily access city information and report non-emergency issues.
As Virginia-based East Coast Polytechnic Institute (ECPI) University looks to roll back campus capacity limits and mask requirements, the school has launched a blockchain-based vaccine passport for students and faculty.
The state and local government IT services market has finally reached its “app store moment,” thanks in part to the demands of the coronavirus pandemic and the need to improve service delivery and experience for citizens – and the government workforces that provide them.
Utah is the latest state to take a shot at creating a mobile Driver’s License for citizens and purports to be the first mobile license to incorporate privacy and security standards, the pilot program announcement states.
New York state piloted a new vaccine passport program at a recent Brooklyn Nets Game. The vaccine passport, called the Excelsior Pass, uses a verification app to enable the verification of health credentials such as test results and vaccination records.
In partnership with the U.S. Air Force, ATARC recently conducted a study of the Federal DevSecOps landscape, to better understand its current status, challenges, successes, and future. The survey was conducted of nearly 300 technical professionals in over 27 Federal departments, government entities, and state and local governments. It found various impediments to the DevSecOps […]
New York State’s Department of State announced today a new online application for the Address Confidentiality Program (ACP), which helps victims of domestic violence, stalking, sexual offenses, and human trafficking protect themselves by getting new undisclosed addresses.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is responsible for maintaining one of the nation’s largest transportation systems, with infrastructure assets valued at more than $116B. Assets include 8,000+ lane miles, the second highest number of bridges of any state, and more than 680,000 additional assets beyond pavement and bridges – including waterways, public aviation facilities, and rail lines. More tonnage is moved through Ohio’s waterways than through the Panama Canal; and the state ranks third in the nation in terms of active rail lines.
An apparent series of interconnected failures surrounding the use of a key vote-tallying phone app – plus delays associated with a phone-reporting backup system – derailed the reporting of the Iowa Democratic Caucus results last night, even as more states and localities are preparing to add app technologies to some aspects of their election processes.