Rhode Island governor signs bill allowing internet voting
Opponents of online ballots urged Gov. Daniel McKee to veto the measure, pointing to concerns that internet voting isn't secure.
California firearms dashboard leaked personal information of 200,000 gun owners
A mistake during an upgrade to the state's firearms data dashboard resulted in 200,000 people having their personal information exposed.
Virginia behavioral health dept. refreshes data system for young children
Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services has refreshed a 17-year-old data system used for case management.
Nevada names IT division admin Timothy Galluzi as state CIO
Officials confirmed that Timothy Galluzi, who’s headed the Enterprise IT Services Division since February, is the new state CIO.
Multiple state employment sites down after cyberattack on Geographic Solutions Inc.
A cyberattack against Geographic Solutions Inc. has taken several state unemployment and workforce sites offline.
Michigan State University gets $10.5 million to expand statewide broadband
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has awarded $10.5 million to Michigan State University and Merit Network.
New Mexico governor names Peter Mantos as new IT secretary
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham named Peter Mantos, an IT industry veteran, as the state’s new IT secretary.
New York governor appoints state’s first ‘chief cyber officer’
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul named Colin Ahern, a former New York City cybersecurity official, as the state's first chief cyber officer.
Former Virginia CIO Nelson Moe joins IT provider Iron Bow
The move reunites Moe with former Virginia IT official Jonathan Ozovek, who compared their work relationship to "peanut butter and jelly."
New Mexico Supreme Court orders county commission to certify vote
Judges ordered the Otero County Commission, which had cited falsehoods about voting equipment, to certify results of the June 7 primary.