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01/18/2022
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Nelson Moe out as Virginia CIO

The Virginia Information Technologies Agency announced Friday that Nelson Moe, the agency’s leader and the commonwealth’s CIO for the past six-and-a-half years, has left the agency. Moe's departure came a day before the inauguration of Gov. Glenn Youngkin, who said over the weekend he wants to "transform government." During his time with VITA, Moe oversaw Virginia's transition from a single-source IT procurement model to a new, multi-vendor arrangement. Benjamin Freed reports.


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StateScoop 50 nominations are open

Nominations are open for the 2022 StateScoop 50 Awards, honoring the best and the brightest who make state government more efficient and effective. These awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of our peers and acknowledge their tireless efforts to make a positive impact in the government IT community and in public service. Nominate and recognize a candidate for their achievements and contributions to the state government technology community. Make you nominations here.


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Ransomware threats against local agencies show no sign of slowing in 2022

New findings, based on a survey of 248 government IT managers around the globe, shed insights on the state of ransomware for central and local government organizations. It provides context for IT leaders on how emerging cyberthreats affect these two government structures at different risk levels. Read the full report. 


New York transit pilots to test surface cleaning tech, bus optimization

New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority last week awarded three startups with one-year contracts to test high-tech solutions that could improve the reliability and cleanliness of transit options during the COVID-19 pandemic. The projects will test how data analysis can improve bus performance, the roles rentable scooters play in the city's transit and color additives to disinfectants used to clean trains. Ryan Johnston has details.


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WATCH: Mastering data at scale in the cloud

Tamr’s Chief Cloud Evangelist Ravi Hulasi shares how to master data while taking advantage of the scalability of cloud services for better decision-making and insights. Hulasi highlights how health and travel organizations are accelerating data management strategies to empower their business outcomes securely and efficiently. Watch Hulasi’s full interview here.


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