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Transportation leaders are facing challenges in providing safe and effective mobility. Road fatalities have reached a 16-year high, extreme weather and climate risks are calling for a more resilient infrastructure, and there’s a growing urgency to address equity gaps. Furthermore, agencies are struggling to attract and retain talent, meaning teams need to be empowered to do more …

For decades, Yolo County has served its over 218,000 residents in northern California with government services delivered through physical offices. Constituents looking for career counseling and employment support, for instance, could visit one of the in-person satellite offices. But when the pandemic hit in 2020, offices closed, leaving the county struggling to provide real-time employment …

To help central IT teams develop digital skills and get excited to learn new technology, Google Cloud created a free training competition, the Cloud Hero Cup. Designed to help teams learn new technology, the Cloud Hero Cup is a gamified learning competition between university IT teams that uses Google Cloud Skills Boost to test and …

Government organizations are starting to realize that no single cloud can meet their wide range of needs. According to the Nutanix 2022 Enterprise Cloud Index1, 75% of public sector organizations agree that multicloud is ideal, and more public sector organizations than average have adopted multicloud as a primary IT operating model (outpacing the global average). …

With access to ever more data, compute capacity, and storage capabilities, the cloud is revolutionizing scientific research across the globe. By migrating their data and processing to the cloud, researchers can accelerate breakthroughs and solve real-world problems faster. Now in its second year, the Google Cloud Research Innovators Program promotes collaboration among a global cohort …

This is part one of a two-part series with practical tips to start your AI/ML journey. Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are creating more personalized and easier digital experiences for constituents. According to recent studies, 92% of U.S. citizens1 report that improved digital services would positively impact their view of government. At the …

Healthcare data is being generated at an exponential rate, currently representing an estimated 30% of the world’s data1. The volume, speed, and variety of the data that is created can make it quite difficult for researchers and academic professionals to consume, analyze, and share insights at scale. At Google Cloud, we’re helping bring researchers scalable …

Google Workspace will give Central Dutch Government more flexibility and choice for collaboration and productivity, supporting new hybrid-working environments AMSTERDAM, May 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Google Cloud today announced that it has signed a new agreement with the Central Dutch Government that will enable the Dutch public sector to take advantage of Google Workspace’s suite of tools and offerings. …

While government leaders have a lot on their minds, from supporting inventory management to managing hybrid work environments, secure collaboration should not be one of them. With Google Workspace for Government, organizations can improve constituent services and workforce collaboration with a set of flexible, secure solutions that can integrate within existing government technology investments. To …

Many first-generation and non-traditional learners who enroll at Arizona State University (ASU) benefit from a personalized learning approach. To support a diverse range of learners, the EdPlus team at ASU needed a way to deliver more individualized learning experiences to support student success at scale. The EdPlus team sought technology that was easy to deploy, …