Tags Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Identity management ‘foundational’ for service delivery, Washington CIO says

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Residents don’t want to juggle various identities and hop around government websites online, says state CIO Jim Weaver.

'Time's up' for Colorado IT agency to address audit, lawmakers say

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The state's Office of Information Technology has delayed addressing audit recommendations related to major systems implementations twice in the last four years.

‘10 percent’ of Nebraska IT’s workforce is new graduates

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State CIO Ed Toner says his key to keeping the state’s technology workforce fresh has been strong partnerships with local colleges. 

North Carolina municipalities get state’s help on ransomware protection

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State CIO Eric Boyette says North Carolina’s cybersecurity resources are being deployed to aid local governments where they’re needed most.

‘Intentionality’ key to service delivery in Minnesota, CIO says

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Minnesota CIO Tarek Tomes says his secret to effective service delivery is in deliberate planning and adjustment in service of a greater mission.

Montana considering new phase of IT consolidation, CIO says

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State CIO Tim Bottenfield said infrastructure consolidation is complete and now officials are now looking at applications and people.

California CIO says wildfires website launched 'in record time'

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As the state's technology agency dials in to daily meetings for emergency response for fires and power outages, Amy Tong says her role remains one of support.

Alaska appoints new acting CIO, the fourth in two years

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The Alaska Office of Information Technology has struggled to maintain consistent leadership in recent months as new CIOs come and go.

Colorado CIO Theresa Szczurek shares her three WIGs

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From blockchain to firewall migration, the state’s top technology official is managing a lot. Here are her top three “wildly important goals.”

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