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04/14/2022
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Ending the 'mad dash'

Cuyahoga County, Ohio, CIO Andy Johnson told StateScoop yesterday that a long-gestating ERP upgrade is finally nearing completion, freeing up resources to focus on optimizing the county government’s use of technology. The project, which was held up for years and ran millions of dollars over budget — partly due to a countywide corruption probe — was used to process the April 1 payroll, with more functions coming online by the end of the month. Colin Wood reports.


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Kansas' cyber priorities

On this week’s episode of the Priorities podcast, Kansas Chief Information Technology Officer DeAngela Burns-Wallace explains to Colin how her state prioritized collaboration and sharing in its approach to cybersecurity. The changes are the result of Kansas' participation in an NGA policy academy last year, as well as work done by an in-state task force. Listen to the podcast.


Vermont eyes big upgrades

Vermont CIO John Quinn told StateScoop this week that once the state legislature wraps up the budget, he plans to embark on several major IT overhauls, including the replacement of a 20-year-old ERP. He's also planning all-new cloud infrastructure for the state Department of Labor, which has been processing unemployment claims on a 50-year-old mainframe. Benjamin Freed had the story.


Close call in Hawaii

DHS agents in Honolulu last week “disrupted” an apparent cyberattack on an unnamed telecommunication company’s servers associated with an underwater cable responsible for internet, cable service and cell connections in Hawaii and the region, the agency said in a statement Tuesday. Homeland Security Investigations found that the attackers had obtained credentials that allowed access to an unnamed company’s systems. CyberScoop's AJ Vicens has more.


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