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09/20/2021
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San Antonio establishes new data management guidelines

The City of San Antonio last week officially adopted a new, comprehensive data-management strategy to better share information between the city’s 43 agencies and the public, as well as make more data-driven decisions, IT leaders told StateScoop. The city’s new strategy, called the “Data Informed Government Program,” establishes for the first time in San Antonio a written authority on where, how and what data is used throughout the city, city Chief Innovation Officer Brian Dillard said. Ryan Johnston has the details.


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North Dakota is reviewing its election technology to stay ahead of cyber threats

The North Dakota State Auditor’s office last week launched an extensive review of many of the state’s IT assets, including the machines and electronic systems it uses to conduct elections. The process, State Auditor Joshua Gallion said in a press release, is designed to help the state government be “proactive in its defense against cyber threats.” The audit is part of IT assessments that North Dakota conducts every two years, costing about $450,000. Benjamin Freed has the story.


Expectations are high for digital government initiatives, state CIO says

Expectations from the public and business partners of technology agencies are mounting since the COVID-19 pandemic forced government’s rapid adoption of new practices and software, Delaware Chief Information Officer Jason Clarke said during a Scoop News Group event last week. Clarke, who was appointed as statewide CIO last November, said the behavioral changes in society that were sparked by the pandemic are too pervasive for state government to ever return to its old ways. Colin Wood has more.


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