The Cleveland City Council voted at a recent meeting to approve $4 million in spending to “revamp, expand, reconstruct” the city’s 311 service to manage citizen requests for non-emergency services.
Following the 2022 midterm elections, Philadelphia’s Board of Ethics (BoE) and the Office of Innovation and Technology’s (OIT) CityGeo team have launched an interactive dashboard for the city’s campaign finance data.
The North Carolina Department of Information Technology’s (NCDIT) Division of Broadband and Digital Equity announced $9.9 million in Federal funding for the state’s Digital Equity Grant program.
Before leaving office at the end of his term earlier this month, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan touted recent advancements for the Maryland Total Human Services Integrated Network (MD THINK) platform.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced that in the first quarter of this year, the state will become the first in the country to digitize vehicle titles and the process to acquire vehicle registrations.
New Mexico is looking to help parents struggling to find child care with its new online search platform designed to help families find child care that fits their specific needs.
Arizona has launched Arizona Business One Stop, an online portal intended to make starting and growing a small business easier.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced that the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has launched its new website, which will streamline the online services it offers. Gov. Lamont’s office said the new website is part of the governor’s larger effort to reduce in-person visits and wait times at DMV offices.
North Dakota Information Technology (NDIT) launched the first-ever state-developed digital credential application on August 24, coined with the term “digital wallet.” According to the press release, it allows users to present their high school transcript digitally. Students can have all their degrees, certifications, badges, and skills located in one accessible and secure application. “These digital […]
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has added unemployment insurance (UI) fraud to its list of “high risk” areas for the Federal government, and has tasked the Department of Labor (DOL) – which provides funding and assistance to states to run their UI programs – with finding a fix to the problem.