The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has launched the New York Mobile ID, a highly secure digital version of a state-issued driver license, learner permit, or ID on a smartphone.

California vs Hate – the state’s first-ever multilingual statewide hotline and online portal the provides an anonymous reporting option for victims and witnesses of hate acts – has just wrapped its first year in operation with solid results.

The city of Colorado Springs, Colo., has launched a new development tracker webpage to provide increased transparency and clearer communication around land development projects that are submitted to the city for review.

As part of a broader initiative to improve mental health care and treatment statewide, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the launch of, a website for people seeking mental health resources available to state residents.


State leaders in Maryland have rolled out new online resiliency tools to help provide important economic data to local economic and government decision makers.

The Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) announced the launch of an improved and more user-friendly website. State leaders said the new website was designed with the public and partners in mind, providing them easy access to services, resources, and information.

Following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore last month, the state of Maryland began what is sure to be a lengthy recovery process. To help aid in that process, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore has launched a new website that will serve as a central hub for Marylanders in search of Federal, state, and local resources and programs related to the bridge collapse.

The state of Ohio has launched the Ohio Career Navigator, which is a new tool on designed to help state residents find workforce resources.

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