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StateScoop features the latest leaders and innovators, news and events in state and local government technology. StateScoop gathers top leaders from across government, academia and the tech industry to discuss ways technology can improve government, and to exchange best practices and identify ways to achieve common goals.

Together with StateScoop's email newsletters, StateScoop TV/Radio, @State_Scoop on Twitter and StateScoop's Facebook posts, StateScoop brings state and local government IT decision makers the latest technology news and insights. StateScoop also recognizes the outstanding work of state IT officials with our annual StateScoop 50 Awards.

StateScoop is a division of Scoop News Group – publisher of FedScoop, CyberScoop and EdScoop, and producer of numerous public sector IT events, including FedTalks, which draw top leaders from the White House, federal agencies, distinguished members of Congress, and from industry.

Founded in 2008 by CEO Goldy Kamali, Scoop News Group is the leading Government IT media company in Washington, D.C., with a client and sponsor list that includes the biggest tech companies in the world.

Leading the StateScoop content team are:

Jake Williams, Associate Publisher & Director of Strategic Initiatives

Williams focuses on IT initiatives and policies coming out of state governments and plays an active role developing relationships with state and local IT departments, associations and their officials. He also reports on state and local IT events. He previously covered technology developments in the federal government, including the White House, Congress and several cabinet-level departments. Before that, he covered the political consulting world at Campaigns & Elections magazine. Williams graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in journalism and a focus in political science. Follow him on Twitter @JakeWilliamsDC. Learn more about him on LinkedIn. Contact him at

Colin Wood, Managing Editor
Wood is the managing editor of StateScoop where he covers IT initiatives and trends coming out of state and local governments across the country. He reports on a wide range of topics, but exhibits an unexplainable fascination with procurement processes. Before joining the StateScoop team, he was a staff writer for Government Technology magazine. Prior to that, Wood taught English as a second language in South Korea. Follow him on Twitter @iamcolinwood and learn more about him on LinkedIn. Send him story leads and ideas at

Jason Shueh, Tech Editor

Shueh is a tech editor at StateScoop with a specialty for civic tech and smart city news. His articles and writing have covered numerous subjects, from minute happenings to major trends in government technology. At StateScoop, Shueh covers information technology in the nation's largest cities, as well as state governments across the ountry. He also focuses on civic technology, open government and digital services.

In 2011 and 2012, Shueh was honored by the Nevada Press Association for best Business Feature and Best News Feature respectively. He has also been recognized by the NPA for breaking news photography. Shueh’s articles have been published both nationally and regionally in the San Francisco Bay Area and northern California, his early writings first appeared in the 1990s.

Born in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1982, Shueh grew up in the east bay and Napa Valley where his family is based. His writing has previously been published by Government Technology Magazine, the Tahoe Daily Tribune, Amazon Publishing, Bike Magazine and Diablo Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @JasonSheuh. Learn about him on LinkedIn. Contact him at

Wyatt KashVice President of Content Strategy 
Kash is an accomplished business media executive and award-winning editor and journalist who has been following government IT trends for more than a decade. He heads up the company’s content strategy and editorial product development. He has previously held senior editorial and management positions at InformationWeek Government, AOL, the Washington Post Co.'s Tech Media division, and 1105 Media. Follow him on Twitter @Wyatt Kash. Learn more about him on LinkedIn. Contact him at

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Scoop News Group
1150 18th St. NW, Suite 850
Washington, DC 20036

(202) 887-8001