The 2010 Digital States Survey, which ranks states' IT prowess in eight categories, showed little change at the top from the previous survey in 2008 -- with one exception.
The integration of government's Security Content Automation Protocols with TCG's Trusted Network Connect could add automated policy enforcement to scanning and evaluation of security status.
Quincy, Ill., tests the sewers for providing Internet service. It's a dirty job, but somebody's got to do it.
Seattle officials exchange a blog-based war of words over the region's strategy for first-responder communications.
A group of current and former State Department employees say the department's security clearance revocation process unfairly penalizes Foreign Service officers for seeking mental health treatment.
A new report calls for creating a national public searchable database of electronic voting systems' defects and vulnerabilities.
Portals run by the state of California and the city of Boston were tops among municipal Web sites in a recent "Best of the Web" competition.
Some state and local agencies are turning to business analytics software to help fight crime and collect taxes and other payments.
Recent successful legal action against the Waledac botnet offers some hope that lawyers might succeed where technology has failed in the war against cyber crime.
The Health and Human Services Department has announced $20 million in additional economic stimulus law grants to help rural hospitals install electronic health record systems.
Google's cloud-based software suite is making inroads with federal and local government agencies.
Agency officials looking to consolidate their technology operations might want to refactor the risks after the recent meltdown of services in Virginia.