Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Ohio names longtime IT deputy Katrina Flory as statewide CIO
Flory, who'd been deputy CIO since 2011, follows Ervan Rodgers, who resigned in early June.
North Dakota’s IT offices could shrink by 80%, CIO says
North Dakota spends millions on office space, including a major facility currently going largely unused by the IT agency, but that could change, the state's top technology official said.
Phoenix CIO Matthew Arvay steps down
Matthew Arvay, who joined the city in 2017, is credited with leading broadband modernization projects and furthering the city's "smart city" agenda.
Miami-Dade County, Fla., appoints full-time CIO
Margaret Brisbane had been serving as interim chief information officer of the nearly three million-person county since February.
Austin CIO Chris Stewart targets citizen services
Recently promoted from an interim to permanent CIO position, Chris Stewart said his office is now building out a new digital services division.
Elk Grove, California's first CIO targets IT consolidation
Former city IT administrator Nicole Guttridge said she's consolidating several IT divisions and rethinking digital services in the Sacramento suburb.
Black CIOs share stories of pandemic accomplishments
"This is long overdue," said Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers, who led his colleagues in sharing how they've dealt with COVID-19 and other challenges.
Colorado Springs promotes city IT veteran to CIO
Mary Weeks, who's spent the last eight years in IT roles with the City of Colorado Springs, has been appointed as its new chief information officer.
Montana's new CIO wants to add data officer, focus on customers
Kevin Gilbertson, a former vice president at a cloud implementation firm, told StateScoop he also plans to build on Montana's recent IT modernization work.