Hundreds of computer servers worldwide that store patient X-rays and MRIs are so insecure that anyone with a Web browser or a few lines of computer code can view patient records. One expert warned about it for years.
Conversations about the Census tend to revolve around funding and political representation. But in its inaugural digital year, data gathered from the count could affect cities and citizens for the next decade.
Phil Bertolini, former deputy county executive and CIO of Oakland County, Mich., will come on board as co-executive director of the Center for Digital Government, the research and business intelligence arm of e.Republic.
The Utah County Clerk/Auditor’s Office shared the innovative method for evaluating the authenticity of votes cast by soldiers and other individuals who are not residing within the United States.
Seattle born and raised, Dow Constantine serves over 2 million people as Executive of King County.
Governing Daily and governing.com keep on going.
Small towns in much of the country are dangerously dependent on punitive fines and fees.
Congress can learn a lot from state legislatures.
Some critics wonder if the new city gig is a legitimate use of government money. Denver thinks so.
The value of a 2017 contract for 10 new streetcars canceled by the Seattle Department of Transportation on Monday. The new streetcars were longer and heavier than those the city bought earlier, and would have required up to $17 million in additional work to retrofit maintenance barns, stops and bridges.
Texas is the latest state to ban all red-light cameras.
A new study reveals the downsides of running a city.
Too often, the debate over transportation funding in Congress revolves around dollars and cents. But many advocates say we should agree on big goals first, so we know what we’re getting for the money we spend.
Small test-runs can help an entity avoid big mistakes, but there's an art to getting meaningful results.
More and more communities are considering reviving an old tax idea that’s been tried in only a few places.
Do schools’ dress codes unfairly target girls of color?