Careers & Elected Officials
California state lawmaker calls for resignations of DMV, technology directors
Vince Fong, a Republican state assemblyman, demanded new leadership via a Facebook video this week.
Kentucky's $375,000 CIO defends his first year on the job
Charles Grindle, whose unusually high salary has become a political controversy, says he's saved the commonwealth millions of dollars.
New York City fills long-vacant chief analytics officer role
Kelly Jin, a former technology policy adviser to the Obama White House, was hired as the city's new top data official.
Tennessee CIO Mark Bengel announces retirement
After more than a decade in the role, his deputy, Stephanie Dedmon, now replaces him.
North Dakota hires first chief data officer
Dorman Bazzell, who spent 30 years in the private sector, will oversee the state's enterprise information management and software development programs.
Missouri Chief Information Security Officer Michael Roling to resign
After nearly a decade leading the state's cybersecurity, Roling says the legacy he will leave behind is his team.
Minneapolis CIO Otto Doll prepares to step down, scale back
After more than four decades in IT and public service, the former state and current city CIO says he's ready to start acting his age.
San Francisco's first chief data officer, Joy Bonaguro, resigns
'Empowering leader' leaves behind a legacy of data projects and cultural change in the city's data division.
With new governors inbound across the country, NASCIO reminds IT leaders of core principles
This year's elections could bring dozens of new IT leaders into state government. A network of experts is ready to ensure no one drops the torch.