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City of San Antonio

First responders are using an app to help them when faced with a person needing these services.
In addition to working in city government, she is an MBA in IT candidate at Texas Tech University.
Projects include cloud services, infrastructure, a regional radio system and cybersecurity.
The alliance named 32 municipalities across the U.S., each working on various facets of digital inclusion.
Final questions should be submitted by Friday regarding this request for proposal.
Four neighborhood-based projects seek to connect the underserved.
A toll road that is an innovation corridor uses high-tech satellite imaging to find tiny flaws in pavement and other structures in need of maintenance.
Multiple requests for proposals are due in August and some in the coming months.
“I’m passionate about how civically minded and collaboratively built technology can play an important role in providing better services, improving resiliency, and creating more equitable communities,” Geoffrey Urbach says.
Planning and paying for trips across multiple transportation modes in San Antonio can now be accomplished in a single app, enabling a long-sought customer convenience.