The California Civil Rights Department (CRD) has launched a new online interactive guide that aims to combat violations of California’s Fair Chance Act (FCA). The FCA is intended to support individuals previously involved in the criminal system through community reintegration, combatting discrimination, and reducing undue barriers to employment.
Hawaiʻi Gov. Josh Green plans to veto two technology-related bills passed by the state legislature during the 2023 session, one dealing with government accessibility for non-English speakers and the other dealing with the Hawaiʻi Technology Development Corporation.
Maryland is now the first state in the nation to offer digital licenses and IDs on two major mobile operating systems. The state already offered digital licenses and IDs in Apple Wallet, and announced that it will now offer digital licenses and IDs in Google Wallet.
Chicago has launched a new data transparency website intended to enhance public access to key information on the city services and community investments funded via the Chicago Recovery Plan.
New York has launched a new online screening tool that will help working families access child care throughout the state, Gov. Kathy Hochul recently announced.
Every government entity these days seems to want to improve its overall relationship with its customers; a far different position than two or three decades ago when governments at all levels didn’t know their customers, and frankly, didn’t want to bother to find out.
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.