Features Public Sector

Darnell Smith – Raleigh, N.C.

As a young man, D. Darnell Smith recognized the growing importance of info-tech, deciding to major in computer science rather than accounting at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and finding opportunities aplenty to ply that skill post-graduation. After long stretches of distinguished performance with E.I. DuPont and Elster Group, Smith opted for the […]

Dell to the very core

Turns out, there are perks to being the site of Dell Technologies’ international headquarters. In 1994, Dell relocated its home base from Austin, Texas, to Round Rock, Texas, a smaller city about 20 miles north. Round Rock offered something Austin had run out of: space large enough for a Dell campus; and many of the […]

Dallas County Community College District

The Dallas County Community College District isn’t one marked by ivory towers. On the contrary, it’s seven campuses across the hustling and bustling city known as Big D. Here, much, if not most, of the 80,000-strong student body face barriers to finding a way to either acquire a viable livelihood or to prepare themselves for […]

David Puntenney – City of Westminster

What if a parking garage could tell you which floor had available spaces? What if the construction of a city project could be monitored by drones? What if robotics and augmented reality were used to help maintain public facilities and support public safety operations? These were among the questions buzzing around the IT department of […]

Darryl Polk—Rancho Cucamonga, California

In 2016, the Obama administration invited cities across the U.S. to participate in the Police Data Initiative, a program designed to bring together governments that exemplify transparency in law enforcement. One of those cities was Rancho Cucamonga, California, a midsized bedroom and industrial community nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. For the […]

Derek Kruse – DOTComm

When he was a young project manager working for a multinational company, Derek Kruse asked an executive to give him some career advice. What he was told: “Make yourself obsolete.” Kruse found the notion a little silly at the time, but it’s one that he now wholeheartedly embraces. It’s a concept often referred to as […]

Dan Coldiron – City of Fort Collins

Dan Coldiron’s first job for the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, seems far away from the lead technology role he now occupies. “I was the guy that ran around and got parts for the mechanics when they were working on vehicles,” he says. Having just left Colorado State University in 1984, Coldiron worked as a […]

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