States advance talks with federal officials on harmonizing regulations
April 25, 2018
NASCIO says what began as broad requests for the federal government to organize its regulatory environment for state IT is now on "more solid footing."
With "Solutions Search," a Harvard-based data studio hopes to encourage government technology leaders to reuse and adopt proven models for data-driven governance.
New research shows that state government is one of the slowest adopters of what Gartner calls “the most disruptive class of technologies” going today.
A program in California and Washington state is training librarians to handle open data requests and taking the burden off agency officials. And it's growing.
Commentary: If we do, it should be done with caution says Tim Mackey, technical evangelist for Black Duck Software.
The $5 million agreement would place small cell devices that bolster the city’s wireless internet network and support the vendor's network for first responders.
Three of state government's biggest design proponents told a conference audience how and why they should consider a new approach to their digital government solutions.
The chief information officers of the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico recalled the kinds of disaster responses much of the NASCIO crowd probably isn't used to.
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