Is the Cloud in Your Agency’s Future? Ask These 5 Questions First

Outcomes, clouds, security, services, and starting points all require consideration.

Putting Hybrid IT Blind Spots in the Rearview Mirror

There might be potholes along the way but state and local agencies have the ability to steer clear of them.

A More Useful Third-Party Voter Registrar for States

Amazon Web Services will soon host Rock the Vote's online voter registration platform in its cloud.

This Housing Authority Took App Delivery Into the Cloud

Workplace entry is easier when core software can quickly be pushed to anyone’s device securely.

Government Agencies Continue Their Shift to Hybrid IT, But Few Will Go All In

Security concerns, lacking skills, budget constraints and legacy systems all impose barriers to a complete migration to the cloud.

How Ohio and IBM Co-Manage the State’s Data Center

The State of Ohio Computing Center consolidates 26 agencies on one floor.

State CIOs Must Be ‘Resource Managers’ Throughout the Procurement Process

A panel of experts talked procurement reform at NASCIO’s midyear conference in Baltimore.

A Scalable, More Secure State Elections Website

Once plagued with traffic problems, Virginia election night reporting now relies on a hosted, cloud-based storage solution.

This Year’s ‘City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge’ Is Here

Winners will be chosen from among Amazon Web Services customers, if their cloud solution could inform other regional and local governments.

The Benefits of Smart Cities Are Apparent, But Is Local Government Ready for Them?

And a bigger question: Is the widespread adoption of the smart cities model really just six to 10 years away?

Denver’s Path to Integrating Enterprise Content and Business Process Management

The Mile High City has been seeking a unified, cost-saving IT strategy since 2005.

Why Los Angeles Moved Its Alternate Emergency Operations Center to the Cloud

A decentralized strategy is not only wise to maintain continuity, but it’s cost effective, too.

San Diego Invests $11 Million in a New Land Management Solution

The permitting tool is 16 months out from launch but has the potential to scale with the city.

This New, Scalable Disaster Recovery Solution Can Help Cities Weather Storms

Ewing, New Jersey police cruisers rolled with Pertino software and Cradlepoint hardware before the latter acquired the former earlier this week.

With Body-Worn Cameras, Here Comes the Hard Part

As law enforcement agencies implement these important policing tools, there are important issues with storing and protecting data and when to make it available to the public.

6 Steps to Transform Your City Through Digital Solutions

Knowing what data you have, analyzing it in the cloud and planning around your findings is the best way to go.

When Revamping Public Engagement, Governments Can Use the Cloud

A West Virginia state agency sped up its grant processing by building an app on top of a CRM.

Local Police Embrace the Internet of Things

From body cameras to drones, Microsoft is helping law enforcement agencies connect the latest tech through the cloud.

Local Governments Innovate Using Amazon’s Cloud

From a cloud-based disaster archive to geographical information system, counties and cities are making citizens’ lives easier.

A No-Cost Open Data Platform? Some California Counties Say Yes Please.

Since June, five counties have taken OpenGov up on its offer to cover the cost of their first year on its financial transparency platform.

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