From security breaches and ransomware to predictive policing and analytics, these are the news stories GT readers found the most compelling, and they offer a look back at what drove good government work in 2018.
Throughout the year, the editorial staff at Government Technology works to bring readers the news they need — from security breaches to tales of tech success — to make public-sector IT smarter, more
efficient and more accessible.
Click through for a look back at our most popular stories of the year, which offers a revealing view of what drove good government work in 2018 and a glimpse at what the next chapter holds. To see some of the major themes that emered during the year and a look ahead, see Year in Review: Eight Gov Tech Issues to Watch in 2019.
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