The City of San Jose, California has awarded $3 million to Actelis Networks for a multi-year program to modernize and scale an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS), allowing the city to upgrade its existing traffic communications network.

Amid the Bay Area’s recent record-breaking heat wave, the City of San Francisco took the opportunity to launch a heat mapping effort to collect data on the impacts of extreme heat.

The City of Round Rock, Texas – a city north of Austin – has appointed Ramsey Saad to serve as its chief information officer (CIO), leading the city’s Information Technology Department.

Chicago Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot along with the Department of Assets, Information, and Services (AIS) have announced a new IT modernization approach that will enhance city services and provide transparency through broader access to data and continued privacy protections.

Fort Worth has become the first city government in the United States to mine Bitcoin, embracing cryptocurrencies to become a leading center of technology and innovation.

A new piece of legislation introduced in the Senate aims to update guidance for how Federal agencies go about providing specialized or technical services to state and local governments (SLGs). The bill would update existing guidance which was put in place in 1969. Introduced by Sens. Gary Peters, D-Mich., Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., and Steve Daines, […]

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