Caryn Wagner started today as head of the DHS office that uses information technology to share homeland security-related data with state and local authorities.
D.C.'s Snow Response Reporting System lets users type in an address and see which surrounding streets have been plowed or salted within a specified date range.
Unconfirmed reports indicate that Teri Takai, chief information officer for the state of California, will become DOD's next CIO.
The next step for public saftey managers is to move applications to cloud-based computing infrastructors, Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's chief executive officer told attendees at company's Public Safety Symposium.
Pressure from federal employee unions pushed lawmakers to give rank-and-file feds same deal on health excise tax as state/local counterparts.
Scott Brown skillfully used social media to give his candidacy legitimacy and to make his supporters feel personally connected to his campaign.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley wants Maryland to be recognized as the leading state for cybersecurity.
Virginia Gov.-elect Bob McDonnell has nominated Jim Duffey to serve as his secretary of technology, according to announcement today from the Northern Virginia Technology Council.
State and local governments will adopt cloud computing, virtualization, service-oriented architecture, open-source software and geospatial technologies at an accelerating rate over the next five years, according to a new Input report.
Supreme Court gears up to decide whether review of police officer's racy text messages was an invasion of privacy.
The DHS Computer Emergency Readiness Team will identify possible abnormal activities on Michigan’s networks under a new agreement between the department and the state.
The Defense Department and Arlington County, Va., chose different paths to cloud computing.