1. Articles in category: Government & Policy

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    1. Innosphere in Fort Collins to host regional Go Code Colorado competition

      DENVER — Fort Collins will be one of five cities where regional competitions will take place for Go Code Colorado, a statewide business challenge to develop apps that make use of public data. Entrepreneurs, business partners and developers will compete over the weekend of April 7-9 at Innosphere, a business incubator and accelerator at 320 E Vine Drive, Suite 101, in Fort Collins.

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    2. Loveland Startup Week expands with workshops for artists, business

      Loveland Startup Week expands with workshops for artists, business

      Loveland Startup Week shows off two of Loveland’s main attractors — the local arts community and a growing small-business sector. The third annual event will offer artists, entrepreneurs and small-business owners a way to tap into knowledge sharing and networking April 6-8 during more than 30 workshops, panels and discussions in downtown Loveland. As a bonus, U.S. Rep. Jared Polis will give a keynote speech on April 8 about his experiences being an entrepreneur.

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    3. Can I-70's Mountain Corridor Ever Be Fixed?

      Can I-70's Mountain Corridor Ever Be Fixed?

      Shailen Bhatt is hungry. The executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation is at the wheel of a white Dodge Durango SUV—an official CDOT vehicle, retrofitted with flashing amber emergency lights—when he exits Interstate 70 in Idaho Springs, swoops into a McDonald’s drive-thru, and orders an Egg McMuffin. I’m sitting in the passenger seat. “Do you want anything?” he asks.

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    4. CTA Lands in D.C. with Fellow Tech Councils, Colorado Delegation

      CTA Lands in D.C. with Fellow Tech Councils, Colorado Delegation

      Last week, Colorado Technology Association (CTA) President & CEO, Andrea Young and Program Specialist Matt Wendel attended the 2017 CompTIA DC Fly-In with other Technology Councils of North America (TECNA) members. The DC Fly-In is a chance to get briefed on the latest policy trends in tech and to meet with Congress members and relevant government agencies. CTA was also accompanied by Ed Rios, CEO of the National Cybersecurity Center, and Wendy Brors, assistant director at the Colorado Workforce Development Council. 

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    5. Colorado Technology Association Hosts 2017 Legislative Reception

      Colorado Technology Association Hosts 2017 Legislative Reception

      Colorado Technology Association recently held its 2017 Legislative Reception at the Denver Art Museum to celebrate Colorado’s state elected officials and to thank them for their work impacting the tech community. CTA strives to be a resource for our state legislators and focuses on making Colorado the most tech educated state in the nation, a global leader in tech and advocates for modern policy that keeps pace.

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    6. Use of Simulation and Emerging Technologies in Firefighter Training - Fire Engineering

      Use of Simulation and Emerging Technologies in Firefighter Training - Fire Engineering

      The use of simulations to enhance skills training is common in fields such as aviation, military, law enforcement, and medical services, where training in real environments can be dangerous and expensive. The use of simulation and emerging technologies has been less common in firefighter training, but interest is growing. The Colorado Governor’s Office of Information Technology and FirstNet explored some emerging technologies with the potential for improving simulation training at the recent Fire Leadership Challenge 2016, sponsored by the Colorado State Fire Chiefs Association.

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    7. Hickenlooper's picks for Colorado Public Utilities Commission feel the heat at state Senate hearing - Denver Business Journal

      Hickenlooper's picks for Colorado Public Utilities Commission feel the heat at state Senate hearing - Denver Business Journal

      Gov. John Hickenlooper’s two nominees for the three-member Colorado Public Utilities Commission made it through a state Senate committee’s review Thursday, but not without scathing questions from some committee members about the commission’s responsibility in keeping utility bills in check.

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    8. Channeling MacGyver, Colorado OIT Offers Google Sheets Data Sharing Hack | StateTech Magazine

      Channeling MacGyver, Colorado OIT Offers Google Sheets Data Sharing Hack | StateTech Magazine

      Looking for an engaging way to share data with your residents, at a fraction of the cost of Salesforce or other large-scale tools? The Colorado Governor’s Office of Information Technology has you covered. Using Google Sheets, the OIT has found a way that state IT departments can enable data sharing on a shoestring budget.

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