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Stephen Colbert’s election website shows you how to vote state-by-state

You want to vote? Do you live in a state? Well, the Late Show made a great website just for you! Go to and click on your state’s link for all the latest voting info!

A Texas County Clerk’s Bold Crusade to Transform How We Vote

How Dana DeBeauvoir set off the biggest, weirdest, and most promising revolution in election technology since the 1800s.

Adelos, Inc., a subsidiary of S&K Technologies, Inc. and owned by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes, advances with Air Force, Navy contracts

Out of 1,600 entries, Adelos made the final 92. They’re the only fiber optic perimeter security company in their subcategory.

Ransomware Could Be Biggest Threat to Upcoming Elections

Of all the cyberattacks that affect state and local governments, ransomware is one of the most ubiquitous and costly. Now security researchers fear it could also become a political weapon in the upcoming election.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai touted false broadband data despite clear signs it wasn’t accurate

“The FCC should fine itself”: Pai relied on ISP’s impossible deployment claims.

The Case for Making Virtual Public Meetings Permanent

They can’t completely replace in-person meetings, but conducting more public business online reduces costs, gives more people a voice and cuts down on disruption. It also can lead to better policy.

Should State and Local Governments Obtain Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification?

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a certification and compliance process developed by the Department of Defense (DoD). Taiye Lambo explains what is included, and how it can help your organization.

America’s Moral Obligation for Universal Broadband

Too little progress has been made to ensure that high-speed Internet is available to all. As the pandemic has demonstrated, far too many still don’t have what they need to function in a virtual world.

Leaked photos show disassembled USPS machines in Montana

A postal worker who wants to stay anonymous sent us multiple photos of what they say is a disassembled DBCS sorting machine in a Montana USPS plant. They say the stackers are waiting to be sent to other facilities.

Verizon Council Talks Interoperability, 5G in First Town Hall

After parsing through issues of the moment, such as community trust, defunding, recruitment and social media, their conversation offered a glimpse of public safety’s technological future — particularly interoperability and 5G.