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10/14/2022
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Let's talk about the workforce issues

NASCIO Executive Director Doug Robinson joins the Priorities Podcast this week to discuss the findings in the group’s annual member survey, which was presented this week at its conference in Louisville, Kentucky. Chief among the survey's findings were serious concerns about how state governments will recruit and retain IT workers. Between competition from the private sector, government’s lengthy hiring processes, the expectations of Gen Z workers and a legacy of unappealing, wonky job titles, CIOs see many challenges ahead, Robinson says. “The old joke is that state government is still in the post-and-pray mode,” he says. “They’re posting jobs and they’re praying that somebody is going to accept it. But they can’t do that if the title is ‘data processing specialist three,’ which means nothing.”     Listen to the podcast.


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Colorado sets a new digital strategy

The State of Colorado this week published a digital strategy featuring new initiatives that officials hope will increase access to technology and improve conditions for low-income residents. “What it’s really about is tying together all the investment that’s going to be made in broadband with also looking at how we modernize how people access government services,” state CIO Tony Neal-Graves told StateScoop in a recent interview. “To me, it’s probably one of the most exciting things that we could launch for the state.” Colin Wood reports.


NASCIO names winners of 2022 State IT Recognition Awards

The National Association of State Chief Information Officers on Tuesday announced the winners of its annual State IT Recognition Awards, recognizing 10 projects across a range of disciplines, including cybersecurity, digital services and business process innovations. Colin goes through the winners.


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