Tags Chief Information Officer (CIO)

CIO retentions under new governors 'surprising,' says NASCIO director

by • 5 days ago

Unusually, at least four state chief information officers will be kept in this year's round of gubernatorial transitions.

Illinois promotes CTO Jack King to replace retiring CIO

by • 4 weeks ago

King, hired as CTO in April, replaces Kirk Lonbom, who is retiring Dec. 31, though the appointment could be brief as Gov. Bruce Rauner prepares to leave office on Jan. 14.

Three pointers for incoming CIOs

by • 1 month ago

Commentary: North Carolina's former state chief information officer, Chris Estes, says the CIO role is a big job, but tells incoming officials they are not alone.

Kentucky's $375,000 CIO defends his first year on the job

by • 3 months ago

Charles Grindle, whose unusually high salary has become a political controversy, says he's saved the commonwealth millions of dollars.

Tennessee CIO Mark Bengel announces retirement

by • 4 months ago

After more than a decade in the role, his deputy, Stephanie Dedmon, now replaces him.

Minneapolis CIO Otto Doll prepares to step down, scale back

by • 4 months ago

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.

With new governors inbound across the country, NASCIO reminds IT leaders of core principles

by • 4 months ago

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.

Alaska's first statewide CIO, tasked with IT consolidation, resigns

by • 4 months ago

Bill Vajda, the first Alaskan technology official granted the governor's authority to lead an IT consolidation, has departed state government after less than 18 months in the role.

Six months after devastating ransomware attack, Atlanta hires a new CIO

by • 4 months ago

Gary Brantley, currently the chief information officer for DeKalb County, Georgia Schools, will start next month, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced.

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