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City of Fort Worth

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.
At the annual gathering, McKinney CIO Omar Rodriguez and Fort Worth CTO Kevin Gunn spoke about how their respective cities have implemented AI in separate discussions.
Of the top 94 projects in the U.S. ranked by value of economic incentives tracked by Site Selection Group in its January and February monthly market reports, only two were in Texas.
The district hired the firm Improving, based in Dallas, to redesign the site after its previous redesign crashed during the tax protest period.
The chosen service provider will be responsible for the construction and installation of aerial and underground fiber-optic cables between the district’s locations.
Projects listed in the information technology chapter of the improvement plan to be funded include business applications, hardware procurements and technology infrastructure.
The city is working to increase payroll accuracy and improve time management for first responders.
The June cyber incident included personal information, according to a follow-up review.
The data center is in the same area where Facebook operates its massive data center campus.
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 main goals of the requested system are to eliminate manual workloads, automate agenda workflows, track legislation, customize approval sequences and allow for publication to the web.
The alliance, founded in 2019, is a collaboration engine helping municipalities explore smart solutions for a connected region.
Kevin Gunn recently sat down and talked about the city’s broadband partnership and planning, a key to continued growth and success for both the city and residents.
The invitation-only event for inventive movers and shakers was in Northlake this year.
The Customer Care Division, with 16 front-line customer service representatives, streamlined time management in 2022.
The city's budget proposal names tech projects for public safety and public works.
The city suffered a weekend data breach caused by hackers. By Monday, officials said the IT systems were back to normal.
The first county in the state is now offering this service.
The total budget has more than $45 million set aside for IT spending.