"digital transformation officer"
Governors are paying more attention to technology than ever before
Between rural broadband investment and emerging technologies that can transform government operations, state executives are tuning in to the latest trends.
Texas lawmakers consider firming up chief data officer's role
New legislation would give data-oriented work a more solid footing within state government.
Creating quality digital services essential but time-consuming, say California IT leaders
State, city and county agencies are catering to convenience by putting more of their services online, but often at a humble pace.
With myTN, Tennessee's mobile-first platform meets people where they are
The state's CIO says Tennessee's work to make digital services accessible on one platform will go live in early 2019.
These app makers are trying to shatter Facebook's echo chamber
By giving users a direct link to their representatives, Aidan and Liam McCarty say their tool could transform online political discourse.
Cybersecurity takes yet another slot on NASCIO's Top Ten Priorities list for 2019
"Identity and Access Management" has debuted on the list as a top priority for state chief information officers.
Illinois CIO Kirk Lonbom announces retirement
From undercover police officer to statewide chief information officer, Lonbom now wraps up nearly four decades of public service.
Colorado CIO Suma Nallapati to resign in January
Nallapati, Colorado's chief information officer since 2014, will become Dish Network's chief digital officer in January, when Gov.-elect Jared Polis takes office.
Philadelphia's CDO steps down, prompting reorganization
After seven years with the city, Tim Wisniewski will end his role as Philadelphia's chief data officer at the New Year.
Kentucky eyes AI to slash thousands of service desk requests
As Chuck Grindle enters his second year as Kentucky's CIO, he's setting a baseline for AI, procurement reform and more work with data.