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.
As agencies upgrade their applications, the networks they depend on need to be more dynamic, redundant and secure.
It's become a truism that broadband is an essential life tool, but states still face challenges in closing the digital divide.
Identity architect Jeet Shah shares how a developer centric IAM solution is helping agencies speed up citizen app development with a seamless and secure user experience.
"We don’t get to turn on a service in the cloud and walk away from it," says California CTO Liana Bailey-Crimmins.
Cisco’s Marc Moffett discusses how state and local agencies can offer flexibility to their workforce, and address challenges around security and connectivity.
Digital services directors in Colorado and New Jersey say they're getting more sophisticated in how they approach software development in their states.
Two GIS officials say were called on to help with pandemic response over the last 13 months as state leaders realized geospatial technology's power.