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Where public agencies are investing to improve customer service

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A new report highlights how IT infrastructure plays a key role in supporting CX and service delivery.

How Massachusetts has enhanced its threat hunting analysis

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Assistant secretary for technology, security and operations and COO Sean Hughes on building greater security protections into the state’s network.

Pennsylvania's CTO on ensuring network resiliency to support cloud strategies

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Pennsylvania CTO on how the adoption of cloud computing impacts the state’s networking requirements and what value propositions to consider in network updates.

North Dakota’s CTO, the right network capacity at the right cost

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Duane Schell shares how the state has kept networking costs relatively neutral by adding more value to the capacities they are procuring.

Capitalize on new federal funding for expanding broadband services

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Public sector leaders have an opportunity to bring broadband to the unconnected but can make new funding go further by partnering with broadband experts.

Philadelphia launches $17 million free-internet campaign

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A new initiative supported by Comcast and T-Mobile is the first phase of a digital equity program the city says will use public-private partnerships for “reimagining public technology access services.”

San Francisco prioritizes net neutrality in latest citywide fiber report

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A "Blue Ribbon" panel leading development of citywide high-speed internet makes new calls for citizen privacy and measures to stop providers from blocking or throttling content.

Municipal broadband advocates cry foul amid Seattle mayoral race

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As the city takes another look at municipal broadband, the region's dominant internet service providers put their money behind the candidate who would oppose government's entrance to the market.

Big campaign donations raise the stakes for Illinois' attempt to pass data privacy legislation

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As a national tug of war over data privacy moves away from Washington, two landmark bills in Illinois stagger toward passage amid claims of foul play.

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