As part of the new academic year, schools across the state of Delaware will launch a new School Safety and Wellness Suite that the state says incorporates a comprehensive approach to alert administrators of serious situations while providing students with the necessary tools and resources to prevent or deter a situation from escalating.
The U.S. Department of Treasury has approved Federal funding for broadband infrastructure projects in Delaware and Idaho. The funds come from the American Rescue Plan’s Capital Projects Fund (CPF), part of President Biden’s Investing in America Agenda.
As part of an effort to improve driver safety, the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security (DSHS) has made crash data available via an open data portal.
Middle and high school students in Delaware are encouraged to use geographic information system (GIS) technology to highlight facts and features unique to Delaware.
As flu season gets underway, the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) has launched the My Healthy Community (MHC) flu dashboard. The dashboard shares weekly and seasonal data on positive cases, hospitalizations, deaths, and, for the first time, vaccinations in the state.
The Delaware state Department of Technology and Information (DTI) on May 5 announced two new key appointments – Jordan Schulties as chief of administration, and Tammy Shelton as Delaware broadband infrastructure grant manager.
The state of Delaware is investing $56 million in Broadband Infrastructure Grants to begin making high-speed, wired broadband connections available statewide.
Delaware State Auditor Kathleen McGuiness has launched a new online American Rescue Plan Act (ARP) Fund Tracker, called the Fox Tracker.
The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) announced Nov. 15 that it is mailing letters to individuals who were impacted by a recent data breach incident, and is providing information to the public regarding the incident for the first time.
The NASCIO 2017 Annual Conference is sharing best practices, key lessons, and useful strategies for state and local government technology leaders. James Collins, Delaware CIO, shares how other states can not only improve diversity in hiring, but also in retention.