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HBO’s new ‘Kill Chain’ documentary will terrify you about American election security

Just as our elections are being upended by the coronavirus crisis, this new HBO documentary will make you even more fearful about the 2020 race.

FEMA’s How to Help instructions

Please direct your clients, suppliers, donors and contacts that have asked how they may help to the following website:

Montana unemployment site back up after “astronomical” amount of requests

Unemployment benefits are coming to Montanans laid-off due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic, despite an influx in requests that temporarily crashed the website to file claims.

Helicopter drone is made to drop bombs on forest fires

One of the good things about drones is the fact that they can safely be flown in conditions that would prove hazardous for crewed aircraft.

Working with State & Local Government During a Crisis – 3/27 – Webinar

A range of new and existing technologies will play a central role as governments respond to this crisis on many fronts.

This City Was Sick of Transportation Tech Disruptors. So It Decided to Become One.

“Any city in the world where you can get off the plane and open the Uber app … that city has a problem,”

Senator Tester’s Push for Rural Broadband Expansion in Montana Passes Congress, Heads to President’s Desk

Senator’s bill will expand rural broadband, direct the FCC to build more accurate coverage maps

Governor Bullock, Lt. Governor Cooney Launch Database to Connect Rural Communities with Funding Resources

“The Community Development Funding Database will help communities, especially in rural areas, fully take advantage of over 100 funding opportunities to revitalize downtown areas, implement broadband, update aging infrastructure, and more,” Governor Bullock said.

Prices for .com domains likely to jump thanks to Trump

Namecheap, the Internet Commerce Association, and others urged people to make their voice heard during ICANN’s public comment period, which closes on Feb. 14.

The Social Media Opportunities Local Governments Are Missing

Local governments should see platforms like Twitter and Facebook as powerful tools for building community, not just posting city hall selfies.