Calvin Rhodes

Georgia is building address-level broadband coverage maps

by • 1 year ago

State CIO Calvin Rhodes said his office wanted data more precise than the census-block data provided by the FCC.

As governor transition approaches, Georgia focuses on services

by • 2 years ago

With an incoming gubernatorial transition, Georgia CIO Calvin Rhodes says the state's work on IT services will help agencies deliver on their missions.

Georgia CIO details state's plans for its new $100 million cybersecurity center

by • 2 years ago

Calvin Rhodes said the new facility will be used to train Army Cyber Command personnel and state and local IT workers trying to prevent future cyberattacks.

Georgia launches new cyber innovation and training center

by • 4 years ago

A new center, located in close proximity to U.S. Army Cyber Command, will bring together academia, private industry and government to develop state and local cyber standards.

Meet the StateScoop 50 GoldenGov Nominees: Georgia CIO Calvin Rhodes

by • 5 years ago

In this Q&A, StateScoop introduces StateScoop 50 GoldenGov nominee Calvin Rhodes, the chief information officer for Georgia.

NASCIO honors state IT innovations, welcomes new officers

by • 5 years ago

The state chief information officer organization honored 11 IT innovations across eight states for achievements in state information technology.

NASCIO looks at cross-jurisdiction collaboration

by • 6 years ago

A new NASCIO report explores how cross-jurisdictional collaboration can help improve the quality and availability of citizen services while also taping into funding streams more effectively.

NASCIO releases publication on cross-jurisdictional collaboration

by • 7 years ago

One of the hottest trends in state technology right now is the idea of cross-jurisdictional collaboration where state and local governments team to save money through economies of scale.

Lessons learned from Georgia's IT outsourcing efforts

by • 7 years ago

It’s been a little more than four years since Georgia outsourced almost all of its information technology infrastructure and telecommunications in a bold move aimed at reducing risk and modernizing technology for the state’s IT enterprise.