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Colorado names former Oregon CIO Alex Pettit as CTO

by • 4 days ago

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

by • 2 months ago

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

Colorado announces digital ID

by • 3 months ago

Colorado joins a growing list of states experimenting with digital identity. But law enforcement can still ask for a physical card.

Colorado CIO Theresa Szczurek shares her three WIGs

by • 3 months ago

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

Colorado's new Digital Service agency aims at 'user-centered' projects

by • 3 months ago

The Colorado Digital Service will be modeled on the U.S. Digital Service, with "digital service experts" hired for short-term stints with the state government, Gov. Jared Polis said.

NASCIO report projects AI growth in cybersecurity, digital services

by • 3 months ago

State officials say cybersecurity, fraud detection and other digital services are primed to benefit most from advances in artificial intelligence.

Colorado puts ‘passion’ behind customer relationship management

by • 3 months ago

State chief information officer Theresa Szczurek says the state’s doing a lot with CRM, but also prioritizing and taking on tasks one at a time.

Survey names Colorado, Washington among top data-driven states

by • 4 months ago

The two states are part of a national increase in data-driven decision making within state governments observed by Results for America's 2019 survey.

Colorado Chief Technology Officer David McCurdy to step down

by • 4 months ago

McCurdy said the last five years of technology in Colorado has been a story of progress and successful projects where the state had previously struggled.

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