Colorado considers blockchain for agricultural supply chain
A new bill in the state legislature would create an advisory group to look at distributed-ledger technology in managing farms and the food supply.
Officials worry next-generation 911 could expose operators to gory images
Some in emergency call centers say they're concerned with how the the introduction of photos and videos to 911 calls could affect their mental well-being.
Colorado attorney general hires a chief innovation officer to modernize casework
Lisa Neal-Graves, a lawyer and a former Intel executive, was appointed to the position last week — the first of its kind in any state attorney general's office.
New Colorado CIO wants to deliver 'customer delight' to state workers and residents
Theresa Szczurek says she'll draw on a career defined by improving information technology — from Bell Labs to her private consulting practices.
Colorado Gov. Polis appoints new statewide CIO
Theresa Szczurek, founder of an enterprise software firm that makes live-assistance platforms, now takes over the state Office of Information Technology.
Colorado CIO Suma Nallapati to resign in January
Nallapati, Colorado's chief information officer since 2014, will become Dish Network's chief digital officer in January, when Gov.-elect Jared Polis takes office.
As states warm to agile, agency adoption pays dividends from continuous improvement
On the second episode of this season of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast, leaders from Colorado, Vermont and North Carolina weigh in on their agile methodology efforts.
Five states to modernize eligibility systems in new pilot partnership
Alaska, Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan and Vermont are getting some help with their public-benefits eligibility systems.
State chief data officers have some suggestions for the White House as it revises federal data guidelines
A group of 13 top statewide CDOs wrote in support for the Federal Data Strategy initiatives, but is asking for closer collaboration with state and local government stakeholders.