Ohio Governor-elect Mike DeWine names statewide IT chief
Ervan Rodgers, who's been the IT chief in the attorney general office since 2015, will become Ohio's next statewide CIO when DeWine takes office in January.
South Dakota CIO Pat Snow to remain under new governor
The state's top IT official since April, Snow is one of several current Cabinet officials Gov.-elect Kristi Noem said she plans to keep when she takes office.
21 states are probably getting new CIOs
The biggest realignment in state leadership since 2010 means changes are coming for many chief information officers and the agencies they lead.
Louisiana cancels $95 million contract for new voting machines
The secretary of state accused Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration of voiding the contract for political reasons.
Cook County overcomes 'tremendous amount of skepticism' to complete $75 million ERP upgrade
Officials of the Chicago-area municipality tick off the benefits of combining eight outdated systems into a single modern solution for all 22,000 county employees.
Broadband project to cost Kentucky taxpayers $1.5 billion after policy turnabout
The project was originally to cost taxpayers $30 million, but a recent audit found changes to procurement rules have placed a much bigger burden on the state.
North Dakota CIO asks lawmakers for 37 additional cybersecurity staff
If the $12 million request is fulfilled, it would more than quadruple the size of the technology agency's cybersecurity team.
There are four audits into Minnesota's IT agency and its $100 million vehicle licensing and registration system
The project known as MNLARS has faced continual challenges since launching almost a year ago.
Washington launches online budget system, eliminating thousands of paper binders
The governor will use the digital system as part of the budgeting process as the state modernizes its enterprise data management.
Connecticut calls its new Cybersecurity Action Plan a 'call to arms'
The document outlines new programs and provides guidance to public and private institutions across the state.