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City of Dallas

The city is out with an RFI for vendors with experience implementing AI in permitting, licensing and land management solutions.
The seasoned CIO will take his federal and local tech know-how and share it as an executive partner for the global company.
The DPD and Clearview AI are entering into a three-year, roughly $89,000 contract to be paid from grant money, meaning it didn’t require city council approval.
A cyber and finance professional, Gardner is stepping in as Bill Zielinski steps out of the public sector.
Bill Zielinski will move on from his leadership position after four years in Dallas. He said he will move into the private sector after 30 years as a federal and local government IT pro.
Buying a new automated system for the Dallas Police Department to track off-duty employment was one of the top recommendations of a 2018 city audit.
With the Great American Eclipse emerging first at the Texas-Mexico border and arcing across the state, government leaders have emergency preparedness and constituent comfort at top of mind.
All four projects are related to an IBM city data center at 1000 Belleview Street.
The requested system must be either cloud-based or vendor-hosted and manage case status codes, court processes, virtual trials, transactions and module offerings.
The Dallas Information and Technology Services Department is out to bid on a legacy system replacement project for the fire department.
The city's quarterly forecast for FY 2024 Q2 includes upcoming procurements for an advanced metering system, a digital benefits enrollment system and an inventory management solution.
The company, based in Santa Barbara, Calif., uses AI in its platforms and will provide 24/7 coverage.
The city is looking to enter into a three-year master service agreement with two one-year renewal options for a cloud-based software as a service.
The First Responder Network Authority plans to invest $6.3 billion through its network contract with Dallas telecommunications giant AT&T.
The facility will feature more communal spaces and classrooms, expanded gym facilities, outdoor running paths and virtual reality training technology.
The requested solution must be hosted on a secure, web-based cloud platform and allow users to call 911 from a mobile and/or desktop application.
The new city webpages will connect pension participants, beneficiaries and the public to resources, data and planning for employee and first responder pensions.
The City Council met this week to discuss the May attack and disclosed that 293 more people were affected by the breach.
Across Texas, CIOs and other leaders looked this year to long-term missions and goals and how to support them with IT, tech and communications.
The department lost hundreds of digital evidence records early in the year and gave a progress update this week.
Winners stepped up their municipalities’ digital offerings and other IT processes; one of the noted Dallas initiatives is its monthly accountability reporting.
The latest City Council approval marks at least $9 million in multiyear agreements geared toward information technology security that Dallas city elected officials have signed off on since April.
It will lead one of the newly appointed technology hubs across the nation, with a focus on semiconductor manufacturing, the White House announced Monday.
Some funds, such as the attorney general’s $16.5 million, will help cover IT spending.
The Dallas Department of Aviation is offering a five-year contract to a vendor capable of redesigning the Dallas Love Field Airport website.
The invitation-only event for inventive movers and shakers was in Northlake this year.
The city is looking for one or more service providers to establish broadband Internet service in high-priority underserved census tracts.
Ninety percent of the city's IT operations were restored about a month after the May 3 attack, according to the after-action report. Restoration was faster than average and depended on collaboration and city financial support.
The telecommunications provider expects to create 3,000 jobs in Texas during the next 10 years.
The funding will go to various services, software and hardware to address the city’s May network breach.
The city gave a budget update, saying that $9.7 million will be spent on “cyber investments” in the coming year.
These cities are large, fast-growing and have potential for big IT initiatives; one has started its fiscal year.
Hard work, strategy and art go into the work done at the Dallas Office of Data Analytics and Business Intelligence.
The system would alert the city's information technology department of possible cyber attacks and other threats.
The city’s Information and Technology Services had an initial request for $135 million in the bond package for IT-related upgrades. There was no allocation for IT in previous proposed scenarios.
The technology accountability report details how the city’s websites and systems fared after experiencing a ransomware attack in early May.
The city of Dallas has given some updates and continues to use workarounds for some departments.
Three weeks after a ransomware attack targeted several of the city of Dallas’ servers, police are still having trouble accessing physical and digital evidence, disrupting trials.
State and local governments may not have a lot of money to spend on the personnel and expertise needed to combat the eventual attacks. Unfortunately, some agencies are lacking even when it comes to the basics of cyberdefense.
The city's CISO said it will be a long process to fully review and restore internal systems.
The city works to restore all systems as the region’s IT leaders follow developments.
As part of Industry Insider — Texas’ ongoing efforts to educate readers on state and local government, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with departmental IT leaders.
According to officials, various servers have been hit by ransomware, knocking several city services offline.
The 9 a.m. council meeting was canceled due to the delay and not being able to televise proceedings.
Officials confirmed digital evidence was lost; here’s a look at the process Dallas police use to manage and store video.
At least 13 homicide cases are impacted by the digital evidence lost from city of Dallas police data.
The mobile application is purpose-built to alert users to potential cyber and phishing threats while on the move.
The two entities want to spend federal funds to increase connectivity.
The application provides an alternative way to pinpoint people in distress.
IBM is among those studying the heat island effect; monitoring devices will also track heat factors.
Funding is divided among data, radio and 911 service areas.
The alliance named 32 municipalities across the U.S., each working on various facets of digital inclusion.
Digital ambassadors will liaison with the public to bring awareness about online services.
The retired leader of a big-city school district has taken a role with an Austin-based company.
The vendor will have to work with Texas Workforce Commission data.