Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Clark County, Nev., promotes deputy CIO to top role
Bob C. Leek, who's been with the Las Vegas-area county since February 2021, now leads its 200-person IT department in Clark County.
Longtime San Leandro, Calif., IT manager moving to Oakland
Tony Batalla, who also spent four months as CIO in Santa Cruz County, will lead an 85-person IT department in the Bay Area city.
Virginia Gov. Youngkin names transportation IT chief as CIO
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin named Robert "Bob" Osmond as the new statewide chief information officer after a four-month search.
San Jose, Calif., hires Irvine CIO as new IT chief
Khaled Tawfik, the chief information officer of Irvine, California, is set to become San Jose's new CIO in April.
City CIOs gain new titles, 'new brand' following pandemic work
As technology becomes central to more businesses, CIOs are gaining "higher seats at the table," one city leader told StateScoop.
Virginia CIO Phil Wittmer steps down less than a month into job
Phil Wittmer, Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin's pick for chief information officer, is leaving after four weeks for unknown reasons.
Orlando CIO appointed to deputy CFO role
Former Orlando CIO Rosa Akhtarkhavari takes on a new role as a deputy chief financial officer while the city searches for a new IT leader.
New Wyoming CIO Bill Vajda likes the 'newness and freshness' of frontier states
Vajda, who was previously CIO of Alaska, said "there's a lot more immediacy" in leading IT for a small-population state spread across a vast landscape.
Pittsburgh mayor nominates acting CIO to lead technology citywide
Acting Pittsburgh CIO Heidi Norman would lead technology efforts in a city now focused on improving connectivity and access to data.