Keeping the workforce safe and informed during critical events, with cloud-based tools
Software tools can improve how leaders communicate with employees during emergencies and other events as agencies adapt to an increasingly mobile workforce.
Tests of wildfire-tracking AI are just months away, JAIC says
The goal is to produce hourly updates to crews instead of the daily wildfire maps that are the current standard.
NIST’s new public-safety tech challenge comes with $2.2 million in potential prizes
The challenge will include 10 in-person coding events in 10 cities across the country this fall.
Microsoft brings Azure Government to the ‘tactical edge’
Microsoft's new products will bring the Azure Government cloud to austere, connectivity-limited environments.
FirstNet names AT&T as vendor for $46.5 billion public safety network
America's first nationwide interoperable wireless network for public safety finally has a builder.
Federal court rules against vendor in FirstNet protest, RFP to move forward
Now officially out of the race, Rivada Mercury will seek the business of the states that opt-out of the federal agency's $6.5 billion nationwide public safety communications network.