Wyatt Kash

Vice President - Content Strategy of Scoop News Group

Wyatt Kash is an award-winning editor and journalist who has been following government IT trends for the past decade. He joined Scoop News Group in June 2014, as Vice President of Content Strategy, where he heads up the company's content strategy and editorial product development.

Prior to joining SNG, Mr. Kash served as Editor of , where he developed content and community relations for the government technology market, covering big data, cloud computing, cybersecurity, enterprise architecture, mobile technology, open government and leadership trends.

Previously, he co-led an AOL start team, where he helped create, launch, manage and market an online news platform, featuring advanced social media strategies, aimed at government, defense and technology industry executives. Mr. Kash has also held positions with The Washington Post Co. and subsequently 1105 Media, as Editor-in-Chief of and , where he directed editorial strategy and content operations for print, online, and mobile products and industry events.

Contact the writer at wyatt.kash@fedscoop.com or on Twitter at @wyattkash.

Emerging Tech

States cut in half the number of K-12 students lacking high-speed broadband

by Wyatt Kash • 5 years ago

A new report from EducationSuperHighway highlights K-12 broadband gains but says more work is needed to deliver digital tools to 11.6 million students still lacking adequate access.

Education

$100 million school broadband upgrade announced in Kansas

by Wyatt Kash • 5 years ago

Kansas Gov. Brownback and education officials partner with EducationSuperHighway to support five-year broadband expansion program.

Modernization

​State tech leaders call for new broadband targets

by Wyatt Kash • 5 years ago

A new report from state education technology group SETDA urged states to expand infrastructure to promote equitable broadband access for K-12 education.

Cybersecurity

State tech leaders take different tacks to bolster security

by Wyatt Kash • 5 years ago

Technology officials from North and South Dakota, Wyoming and Colorado describe distinct approaches to fortifying their states' networks.

City

Agencies open up to OpenStack

by Wyatt Kash • 6 years ago

A new survey of government IT professionals indicates widening use and acceptance of open source technology for the cloud.

State

Spike in tech salaries adds to IT recruiting woes for government

by Wyatt Kash • 6 years ago

Technology professionals saw their wages jump an average of 7.7 percent last year, according to a new report, reflecting heightened competition for IT talent.

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