Four cities to pilot traffic-data platform to improve roadway congestion, safety
Roadway sensor data will fuel software pilots in Austin, Texas; Fort Smith, Arkansas; Walnut Creek, California; and Westminster, Colorado, after the cities won a competition earlier this week.
Pandemic telework broadened the target area for ransomware attacks, state officials say
Government cybersecurity efforts now need to account for workers' home networks and personal devices, state CISOs said.
State IT shops deliver during pandemic, but watch for budget cuts
CIOs are rapidly delivering services where they're needed in states that have invested in IT, but they're also bracing for uncertain economic times ahead.
Colorado adds COVID-19 info to state's mobile app
The Colorado Office of Information Technology said it's added new features to the myColorado app reflecting the measures the state has taken in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Great user experience starts with understanding customers, says Colorado CIO
Long before anyone consumes a service or downloads an app, government needs to understand what people want and need, says Colorado CIO Theresa Szczurek.
How Colorado turned an idea into a real digital services agency
Colorado Digital Service director Kelly Taylor reflects on the organization's first months and explains its "therapeutic" workforce-marketing strategy.
Colorado hires chief strategy officer to align business and technology
Officials say filling the uncommon role will help ensure technology initiatives are "strategically aligned with customer demands."
Colorado names former Oregon CIO Alex Pettit as CTO
Pettit, now helping to lead his third state IT organization, said he's looking forward to discovering how technologies like AI and blockchain can improve citizen services.
'Time's up' for Colorado IT agency to address audit, lawmakers say
The state's Office of Information Technology has delayed addressing audit recommendations related to major systems implementations twice in the last four years.