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Arkansas recruits new chief data officer from University of Arkansas

by • 1 month ago

Joshua McGee, who's spent eight years leading state government policy research, is now Arkansas' second chief data officer.

Arkansas and Oklahoma are sharing data centers for improved disaster recovery

by • 5 months ago

The two states have entered a unique resource-sharing partnership that their CIOs say is providing immense value.

Arkansas invests $25 million in rural broadband

by • 8 months ago

The new program is designed to bring the nation's least-connected state up to speed with the rest of the country.

Poorly connected Arkansas appoints statewide broadband manager

by • 8 months ago

Gov. Asa Hutchinson has tasked the state's former economic policy director with removing Arkansas' status as one of the worst-connected states in the nation.

Seven states to get cybersecurity strategy help from NGA

by • 9 months ago

The National Governors Association will work with state officials to protect critical infrastructure, help local governments and implement overall strategies.

Arkansas transformation officer to lead state's new consolidated technology department

by • 10 months ago

Amy Fecher will lead a new department that includes the state IT agency, GIS mapping, personnel management and the budget, as part of a statewide reorganization pushed by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.

Workforce development crucial to improving states' cybersecurity, governors say

by • 11 months ago

The leaders of Louisiana and Arkansas told a National Governors Association conference that states are making headway on cybersecurity through school curriculum and training programs.

Arkansas plans to deploy broadband statewide by 2022

by • 11 months ago

Gov. Asa Hutchinson released a plan this week that includes creating a new statewide broadband office charged with connecting all communities with more than 500 residents.

NASCIO offers states 3 tips for improving privacy policy

by • 1 year ago

Chief privacy officers need proper authority, positioning and funding to be most effective, the group's researchers found.