Each week, the Priorities Podcast will take you through the latest in state and local government technology news and analysis. The program will explore trending stories throughout the week, as well as feature conversations with top executives across government and industry on things like modernization, emerging technology and digital services.
IT networking and security experts discuss how state and local agencies confront the digital divide across communities in the U.S. and ensure constituents can access resources with reliable broadband connectivity.
StateScoop's editors review the biggest stories affecting state and local government IT in 2021.
As agencies respond to the changes presented by the health crisis, state IT leaders are looking towards more innovative ways to approach business operations, two industry leaders say.
Allocations for broadband and cybersecurity won't be a "significant windfall" after they're divided up for localities, NASCIO says.
Traditional monitoring systems are no longer adequate for mapping dynamic dependencies and identifying the root cause of performance issues, says Dynatrace CTO.
Tim Roemer, Arizona's chief information security officer and homeland security director, talks about why cybersecurity isn't just an IT issue anymore.
As government agencies shift to internet-based applications, the need for modernized networks has never been more essential, says IT architecture expert.
GIS officials in Washington and Oregon say recent events — including the appearance of Asian giant hornets — have raised their profiles in state government.
Two state CIOs said direction from the federal government on how to use the latest relief funding is not as clear as it could be.