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11/17/2021
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Automation's like a chicken sandwich

Virginia CIO Nelson Moe is eyeing a menu of technology offerings, and what he sees is delicious. During an online event hosted by Route Fifty yesterday, Moe said that implementing changes to an organization’s robotic process automation can be as straightforward as changing the order on a chicken sandwich. “Yep, I can make that sandwich, I can make that soup, yeah, there it is," Moe said. “As the business processes change, you have to do your RPA again, but then the barrier to entry is I want a different chicken sandwich, I want less cheese on this one." Colin Wood reports.


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'A work in progress'

Ravi Krishnan is only a few weeks into his job as North Dakota’s chief data officer, but in an interview with StateScoop, he said he sees opportunities to build data and analytics strategies that put the state government on solid footing after the events of the past two years. "It’s been a very difficult 18 months for everyone in IT, whether they’re private or in government. But I think a lot of good work has come through,” he said. “It’s always a work in progress. We will get there through modernization and automation.” Benjamin Freed has more.


Meet the 2021 GoldenGov: City Executive winners

Earlier this month, StateScoop named the winners of the 2021 LocalSmart Awards, a program honoring some of the most innovative and impactful people and projects in local government. This week, we share brief interviews with the winners of the LocalSmart GoldenGov: City Executive of the Year award winners. Ryan Johnston interviewed the winners.


GIS skills not necessary

Officials in King County, Washington, and Miami-Dade County, Florida are testing a new transit planning software from Via, a transportation technology firm, that enables transit planners and data specialists to easily work together to design new services. The software allows users to aggregate data from different modes of transit into a single, interactive map. Casey Gifford, an innovative mobility senior planner in King County, said the software is designed to ease collaboration between analysts skilled in GIS and those who are less savvy. Ryan has details.


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