State officials say they're expanding broadband 'quicker, better and faster' than feds
A panel of state broadband officials and legislators said they want more clarity from the federal government when it comes to broadband expansion.
Eight Virginia universities announce cybersecurity workforce projects
University students will get experience working on projects related to cybersecurity risk and bio-cybersecurity.
Northern Virginia city, Virginia Tech plan smart-city test bed
Falls Church, a Washington, D.C., suburb will collaborate with Virginia Tech on a 44-acre smart city site to pilot emerging and connected transportation technologies.
Virginia announces $29M broadband expansion
Gov. Ralph Northam announced a new round of funding expected to connect nearly 12,000 households in western and northern counties.
Virginia datathon to tackle communities' COVID-19 challenges
The annual event is casting "a wide net" next month, encouraging challengers to take on issues like unemployment, health care, education and digital access.
The telework rush tested states' cybersecurity, IT maturity
States that had already adopted virtualization and cloud tech are faring best, and those that hadn't are rapidly catching up.
Slow internet, poor preparation plague local governments amid pandemic
Local government IT leaders say they're facing a raft of issues as they work remotely, which they expect to continue managing for many months more.
Two historically black universities in Virginia to get $3.5M for STEM
The funding expands the UTeach program, currently at 45 universities nationwide, to train new teachers with STEM degrees.
Amazon HQ2 deal propels computer science education in Virginia
Responding to growing demand for technical talent in Northern Virginia, Gov. Ralph Northam has announced agreements with 11 universities.