Workforce agencies need 'Tinder for jobs,' ex-state official says
Workforce agencies should strive to build digital services with the same ease-of-use as a dating app, a former state official at said at an AWS event.
Public-safety tech firm Mark43 announces $101M in funding
Executives said they'll develop new capabilities in their platforms and expand their international reach by building businesses in Canada and the U.K.
911 tech firm RapidDeploy announces $29M funding round
RapidDeploy's CEO said the funding will allow an expansion of the firm's reach to 911 centers and enhance development of its cloud-based offerings for next-generation 911.
Mission isn’t everything — leaders also need tools, Texas CISO says
Texas Chief Information Security Officer Nancy Rainosek says government leaders shouldn’t ignore the details of the technologies they use.
How CIOs can reduce operating costs and remove information silos
Modern workflow management platforms help agencies do more work with less money through cloud-enabled tools that improve delivery of services.
CIO 'broker' role flavors all state technology trends in 2019
New survey results released by NASCIO this week show that the CIO's emergence primarily as a business partner has expansive implications for states.
Vermont aims to consolidate 300 CRM tools
Upgrading to a modern CRM solution will bring mobility, analytics and standardization across agencies, says state CIO John Quinn.
College partnerships are keeping Nebraska’s workforce full
State CIO Ed Toner says partnerships with local community colleges have eliminated his office’s workforce problems.
Indiana takes varied approach to workforce development
State CIO Dewand Neely said his older employees aren’t retiring yet, but he’s employing several strategies to be prepared for when they do.