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Google is a trusted technology partner who understands how to help agencies transition from legacy architectures and utilize their data to fuel true mission success. Google Cloud Platform provides cloud-native infrastructure with layered security, machine learning and analytics at web-scale to rapidly innovate and advance agency goals.

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This state is improving access to driver and vehicle services, notably driver's license and identification services, for its non-English speaking residents with virtual agents powered by Google Cloud Dialogflow and Translation AI.
Managing high risk data, whether Protected Health Information or social security numbers, is difficult for academic researchers across many domains. Each institution has its own guidelines to safeguard different kinds of datasets, and governmental agencies and funding organizations have their own regulations and compliance requirements. To address these challenges, Stanford Research Computing Center (SRCC) teamed up with Stanford’s School of Medicine and Google Cloud to fund, design, and launch Carina, a customizable high-risk data platform for Stanford researchers. Powered by Google Anthos and Kubernetes, Carina aims to reduce lead time for project setup through a scalable yet compliant compute environment that meets the different needs of each research project. “The privacy as well as the security of the data are paramount. That means we need to architect technological solutions that are tighter in many ways,” says Ruth Marinshaw, SRCC’s CTO for Research Computing. “Our goal was to make reproducible science easier on our platforms. Carina fills the need for a secure on-premise compute environment for high-risk data.” Started in 2021 and rolled out to beta users in 2022, the platform is now ready for Stanford’s research community to access on demand.
As an interdisciplinary research center, Stanford’s Center for Population Health Sciences (PHS) aims to improve the health of populations by bringing together researchers and data to understand and address social, environmental, behavioral, and biological factors on both a domestic and global scale. This entails making large-scale biomedical datasets available for research and analysis while keeping personal health information and electronic health records private and secure. Recently, PHS collaborated with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to de-identify, standardize, and manage access and permissions to the American Family Cohort (AFC) medical records, which represent over 6.6 million patients from over 800 primary care practices across 47 states. This comprehensive, longitudinal dataset can provide a unique window into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic throughout the U.S. With the AFC dataset now hosted through PHS on Google Cloud, researchers can analyze COVID-19 disease patterns, progression, and health outcomes; evaluate COVID-19 clinical guidelines uptake, treatments, and interventions; and conduct public health surveillance for COVID-19 and related conditions.
What makes Google an extraordinary technology company is its relentless focus on the end-user. It’s what’s led to billions of people interacting every day with products and services like Search, Maps, and Gmail. And it’s what’s led to my joining Google Public Sector shortly after it was formed in July of 2022.
Not sure where to start with generative AI? See what your public sector peers are doing and use our 10-step, 30-day plan to hit the ground running with your first use case.
From streamlining digital services and improving accessibility to making agencies more efficient, government's responsible use of generative AI can open up new possibilities for improving the citizen experience.
The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction OH updated its educational materials with Chromebooks and Google Workspace to provide students with a more flexible curriculum.
As the discussion around the best ways to address climate change and social equity continues, the State of California is leading by example. Last year, CA released the world’s first plan to achieve net zero carbon pollution. Governor Gavin Newsom also took bold steps toward bringing opportunity and justice to all with an executive order directing state agencies to take critical actions on equity and discrimination. The EO also establishes the state’s first Racial Equity Commission. As these major reforms promoting social equity and climate protections began, technology played a critical part to help facilitate change, empower people, and measure progress.
We’re bringing the power of generative AI to developers and businesses through Google Cloud and MakerSuite. And we’re introducing new AI-powered features in Google Workspace.
Drive meaningful connection and mission impact with seamless collaboration, efficient creation and management of content.
Four trends are showing improvements in the daily work of government employees.
Global survey of cyber security decision makers finds that while nearly all respondents are satisfied with the quality of their threat intelligence, nearly half struggle with effectively applying it
Each day, more documents are created and used across companies to make decisions. However, the value in these documents is primarily expressed as unstructured data, which makes the value difficult and manually intensive to extract and use for business processes.
The public sector is facing changing cyber threats — not just because of remote work, but from increasing ransomware hacks and nation-state attacks as well. But there are also new tools ready to meet those challenges.
Recent college graduates prefer Google Cloud’s productivity and collaboration tools, according to a new survey.
Internet queries about opioids are linked to drug-related hospital admissions
Offering hybrid work options is becoming a vital part of workforce strategy for state and local government agencies. This article explores how agencies can address hybrid work challenges such as onboarding remote employees, securing the new working environment and maintaining organizational culture.
Using new federal funding to move toward zero-trust maturity

Cybersecurity remains a top national concern, and Google Cloud is committed to providing government agencies with the security capabilities they need to achieve their missions. At the annual Google Cloud Security Summit today, we’re excited to share updates on how we’re helping governments around the world address their pressing security challenges and meet the demands of new and evolving cybersecurity mandates.
Hamilton County Job and Family Services built and deployed a solution that helps them provide rent assistance and relief faster than ever.
State agencies are collaborating to help improve the lives of Oklahomans with the new State Data Platform, all while keeping everyone's data secure. This partnership allows citizens to apply for benefits or receive state services through a convenient and streamlined process, and also allows government employees to reach residents at the right time with the right message.
Providing best-in-class customer service is crucial for the success of your business. Contact centers are a critical touch point, as they have to balance between representing your brand and prioritizing customer care. When your customers seek help and support, they expect efficient service that is accessible through modern voice and digital channels. In short, customer expectations are increasing—and that’s a problem if your contact center infrastructure and solutions are becoming outdated.
As the nation has worked to drive successful COVID-19 vaccination campaigns, a key factor to success has been understanding who remains unvaccinated and why.
Google Workspace has achieved FedRAMP High authorization. This is a major milestone in our longstanding commitment to serving the needs of the public sector, and to making the world a safer place for everyone.
Whether you’re new to cloud, want to expand your skill set, or need to transition from another platform, Google Cloud training can help you do it. For a limited time only, claim one month free access to all Google Cloud training until November 6, 2021.
Transform your business with Google Cloud VMware Engine: Save Time and Save Money ADD Security and Automation
Google Drive helps teams move faster with collaboration tools like Docs, Sheets, and Slides—all on a secure, cloud-based platform that makes it easy for you to share, store, and access files. And it’s easy to get started! Here are five things you and your team can do today to begin collaborating effectively in the cloud with Drive:
Agenda Includes: Google Cloud CEO Keynote - Google's Zero-Trust Journey - DoD DIU - Modernizing Compliance- Securing Cloud Infrastructure - Global Malware Threats and Trends