Premise uses distributed data collection to gather valuable information for customers ranging from governments to businesses.
The public can help fill gaps in government capacity and drive newfound productivity – but only if the city has the means to turn data into action.
Los Angeles becomes a leader in technological innovation and big data implementation to address continuing problems of traffic congestion, gang violence, and homelessness.
The rise of new digital tools is transforming how Philadelphia and other government entities across the country deliver products and services to constituents. But can the public sector keep up in the age of Amazon?
No place on earth will be more affected by climate change than Greenland, is it ready to handle the economic and political implications?
Withdrawing from the little-known Euratom Treaty jeopardizes the NHS's supply of medical radioisotopes — a quintessential case of "you don't know what you've got until it's gone."
We typically think of governments as bumbling behemoths that are oftentimes more reactive than proactive when it comes to adopting new technologies. Not so in the case of the Buckeye State…
The USPS is paving the way for sustainable practices in its supply chain to ensure continuous operations to its customers despite risks of climate change.
Government's’ job is to provide all citizens with safe and reliable services. From that perspective, technological innovation is helping in the creation of government’s value proposition, but it's not always easy. Let's take a look into the U.S. government digitalization and the key problem areas to watch out for.
How this 200 year-old bureaucracy is embracing technology.