Top state IT innovators, cybersecurity official honored by NASCIO
NASCIO honored four state IT officials for their recent work responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, modernizing systems and defending against ransomware.
First NASCIO cloud survey finds mainframes still rule
State CIOs continue to extol the virtues of cloud services, but budgeting rules and uncertainty about certifications pose barriers.
There's 'no going back' to pre-pandemic business, NASCIO says
Remote work and citizens' increased expectation of digital government are here to stay, according to NASCIO's annual survey of its members.
Iowa CIO Annette Dunn to step down for consulting position
As CIO, Dunn led the first phase of a major enterprise resource planning system upgrade and readied the state for more data-driven decision making.
The four pillars of the digital transformation journey
Identifying the right IT investments remains a challenge for state and local agencies. One place to start: Focus on the foundations of application enablement.
Wisconsin picks vendor for unemployment system upgrade
The state signed a $16.5 million contract with the consulting firm Flexion to update a system that was designed in the early 1970s.
New York to spend $45 million on emergency communications
A new round of grant funding for local governments is designated for infrastructure and equipment upgrades for first responders.
Want to act on broadband? Start here.
The pandemic highlighted the magnitude of the digital divide, and government is now presented with a unique opportunity to act.
AWS executive predicts shift toward workforce development
Kim Majerus, the head of Amazon Web Services' SLED practice, said several states are building job retraining programs to develop skills needed during the pandemic.
FCC commits $1.2B in emergency funds to connect students
The FCC expects to provide at least 3 million devices and 774,000 broadband connections.