"federal IT"

State agency leaders focusing more on cloud IT investments, survey says

by StateScoop Staff • 21 hours ago

Growing capabilities among states to provision cloud applications and services will enable them move from on-site data centers to the cloud over the next three years.

Disability rights group sues San Diego, e-scooter companies for clogging sidewalks

by Betsy Foresman • 1 day ago

Disability Rights California claims in a suit filed earlier this month that e-scooters are blocking walkway access for people with disabilities.

New Colorado CIO wants to deliver 'customer delight' to state workers and residents

by Benjamin Freed • 1 day ago

Theresa Szczurek says she'll draw on a career defined by improving information technology — from Bell Labs to her private consulting practices.

Broadband expert says USDA shutdown is hurting rural internet expansion

by Ryan Johnston • 5 days ago

The government's partial shutdown may affect communities seeking grants, though experts say more technical help is available today than ever before.

Georgia board endorses more electronic voting machines

by Benjamin Freed • 2 weeks ago

The new machines would make paper receipts, but advocates of hand-marked ballots say they don't go far enough to secure the state's elections.

Data-sharing agreement saves Texas $90 million

by Colin Wood • 2 weeks ago

Two state agencies have found a way to thwart fraud, and a new data-sharing compact could proliferate similar agreements across Texas.

Washington state names new chief information security officer

by Colin Wood • 2 weeks ago

On Jan. 22, Ronald Buchanan will fill a position left vacant since the departure of Agnes Kirk last summer.

California Gov. Newsom orders procurement reform for faster wildfire response

by Benjamin Freed • 2 weeks ago

The new governor said the state will solicit bids for firefighting technology using a process that gives vendors broad authority to define the solutions.

State activity in rural broadband is bolstering K-12 connections

by Colin Wood • 2 weeks ago

A recent report from the Consortium for School Networking attributes progress to federal funding and state government's rural broadband efforts.

South Carolina voting machines miscounted hundreds of ballots, report finds

by Benjamin Freed • 2 weeks ago

Counting errors that were reported as official results are the result of bad software design, a computer science professor tells StateScoop.

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