Tags Chief Information Officer (CIO)

New state CIOs should 'slow down to go fast'

by • 3 days ago

Commentary: North Carolina's former technology secretary and statewide CIO, Chris Estes, tells new IT chiefs how he developed a budget, roadmap and strategy.

Tech will 'support all the new things' cities do, says San Francisco CIO

by • 2 weeks ago

Linda Gerull, San Francisco's chief information officer, says technology will be an integral part of the future of government services.

Maine hires public university tech chief as new state CIO

by • 2 weeks ago

Fred Brittain takes his first position in state government after more than 25 years with the state's public university system.

How Pennsylvania is taking tech modernization 'to a new level'

by • 1 month ago

Through use of the state's data stores and building new relationships, Pennsylvania CIO John MacMillan says agencies are finding value.

Application management uncovers surprises in Nebraska

by • 2 months ago

State CIO Ed Toner says taking inventory of the state's applications and servers is helping to trim down and, other times, bulk up.

Government CIOs focusing more on analytics — those who aren't will 'fall behind'

by • 2 months ago

New survey data from research firm Gartner shows that AI and machine learning are also ranked among the top technologies set to transform organizations.

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

by • 2 months 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 • 3 months 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 • 3 months 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.

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