The recently launched Build.ca.gov website is highlighting what California Gov. Gavin Newsom calls “once-in-a-generation investments in California infrastructure.”
In a bid to address the state’s growing flood risks due to climate change, New Jersey has rolled out new and enhanced tools and technologies designed to provide prospective homebuyers and renters with information they need to make better informed decisions on where to live and how to protect their property from flood damage.
As part of the state’s overall climate adaptation efforts, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has announced the launch of a statewide resilience website.
Santa Cruz County, Calif., has launched the new MySCCounty+ app, which provides residents a digital platform to purchase and store digital permits, as well as access other county services.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) has released a brief on the importance of a statewide digital accessibility coordinator position. In the primer, NASCIO outlines the roles and responsibilities of such a position, why it’s important, and advice for states that do not currently have such a role.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) has added new online resources to the POWER Library, Pennsylvania’s electronic library. The state said these additions, which join a collection of more than 25 online resources, include a genealogy database and a language learning platform.
In a bid to increase purchasing of local farm products the state of New York has rolled out a new digital FreshConnect initiative.
California’s Cradle-to-Career (C2C) Data System has begun integrating more than 1 billion data points, which the state calls a “pivotal phase in its effort to transform education and workforce development.”