Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Phoenix appoints new CIO and first chief innovation officer
Phoenix appointed its acting CIO, Steen Hambric, to a permanent capacity and announced that former chief service officer Michael Hammett will become the city's first chief innovation officer.
Boise mayor nominates former consultant for CIO role
Alexandra Winkler, who's worked for Deloitte and Sabel Systems Technology Solutions, has been nominated for the city's top technology role.
CRM critical for states' services, CIO says
Rapid response during the health crisis was facilitated by strong relationships with agency customers, says Texas CIO Amanda Crawford.
Georgia's new CIO to focus on customer service and citizen engagement
Broadband, said Georgia CIO Shawnzia Thomas, is also a priority as the state continues to weather the COVID-19 pandemic.
Delaware names deputy AG as new deputy CIO
Aleine Cohen, formerly the state’s deputy attorney general, has started work as Delaware's new deputy chief information officer.
'Show and tell' meetings in OKC spawn data-driven culture
Bringing city technologists together with non-technical staff is generating new ideas and projects in the local government.
New Mexico CIO John Salazar to retire this month
Citing a need to care for family members, John Salazar will resume his retirement on July 30, he wrote in a letter to state officials.
Santa Monica, Calif., CIO talks evolution from '1990'-like services
Joseph Cevetello said the coastal city ran entirely on paper-based processes when he arrived in 2017.
Detroit CIO Beth Niblock named IT chief at HUD
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan named Art Thompson, the CIO for the city's public safety departments, to succeed Niblock.