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Accela Acquisition of PublicStuff Signals Maturing Government Tech Market

May 20, 2015

Accela services now cover 60 percent of the U.S. population.

Bloomberg’s ‘What Works Cities’ Initiative Targets 100 Mid-Sized Metros

Apr 21, 2015

The $42 million, three-year program will provide expertise and time to cities that want data-driven solutions for their biggest challenges.

Bloomberg’s ‘What Works Cities’ Initiative Targets 100 Mid-Sized Metros

Apr 21, 2015

The $42 million, three-year program will provide expertise and time to cities that want data-driven solutions for their biggest challenges.

San Diego Turns to Tech to Assess Damaged Streets

Mar 25, 2015

San Diego ranks among the worst in the nation when it comes to road quality, so they're doing something about it.

California Finishes Last in Financial Data Transparency Survey

Mar 19, 2015

California ranked poorly for several reasons, the biggest being that the state’s data is spread across multiple agencies and portals.

Business Oregon Launches Entrepreneurship in Residence Program

Mar 17, 2015

Entrepreneurship in residence (EIR) programs are popular in the tech world, and another has popped up in government.

Landmark Investment Shows Public Sector IT Market Heating Up

Feb 27, 2015

A $143.5 million in financing for San Ramon-based Accela will help firm expand its cloud platform.

New LAPD Program Seeks to Dethrone City as King of Hit-and-Runs

Feb 13, 2015

A new alert system will pit the efforts of the police, the private sector, the city and the public against one of Los Angeles' bloody problems.

Self-Driving Vehicles May Not Be So Safe

Jan 29, 2015

A new research paper documents a number of limitations and barriers to the potential road safety of self-driving vehicles.

Oakland Releases Automated License Plate Reader Data

Jan 26, 2015

The Electronic Frontier Foundation discovered that lower-income neighborhoods saw a disproportionate amount of license plates being scanned by police, but poor neighborhoods also tend to have more crime, which explains greater police presence.

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