Tags Chief Information Officer (CIO)
South Dakota Gov. Noem names HR director as new technology secretary
The future of Pat Snow, the state chief information officer who's been with South Dakota for 23 years, is unclear.
Oakland County, Mich., CIO Phil Bertolini retires
Known for his dedication to public service and a focus on getting people to cooperate across jurisdictional boundaries, the 30-year IT veteran steps down.
Kansas IT chief Lee Allen steps down
DeAngela Burns-Wallace, the state's secretary of administration, will also serve as Kansas' new chief information technology officer, Gov. Laura Kelly said.
Arizona CIO Morgan Reed resigns
The state's top IT official since 2015, Reed was responsible for several major projects including a new data center and a statewide G Suite migration.
New York CIO Robert Samson retires
Citing health issues, Robert Samson will step down after two and a half years heading one of the largest government IT enterprises in the country.
New York City CIO Samir Saini quits
After being appointed in January 2018, Saini will return to the private sector, Mayor Bill de Blasio's office said.
U.S. Virgin Islands names new CIO
Rupert O. Ross, currently the IT chief for the territory's judicial branch, will replace Angelo Riddick, the acting CIO since November 2016.
Atlanta creates CIO advisory group to drive city's tech policy
The 13-member group includes technology executives at some of the city's biggest companies, including Delta Air Lines, Equifax and Chick-fil-A.
Why state CIOs should embrace 'the power of purpose'
Commentary: Chris Estes explains the path he took while serving as North Carolina's CIO, from "uniting around purpose" to digital transformation.