Code for America's 'Safety Net Innovation Lab' names first 4 states
Social-services agencies in California, Colorado, Connecticut and Louisiana are working with the group's new Safety Net Innovation Lab.
Colorado passes election security bill inspired by clerk accused of tampering
An election security bill aimed at insider threats was inspired by Tina Peters, a county clerk facing criminal charges for tampering with equipment.
Colorado names Texas agency CISO as new cyber chief
Ray Yepes, former CISO for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, was named Colorado's new CISO.
Colorado's governor now accepting crypto for donations
Gov. Jared Polis, who's said the state will take tax payments in crypto, is now accepting donations in bitcoin, ethereum and even dogecoin.
Colorado county clerk indicted over election security breach
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters and her deputy were charged with tampering with equipment to pursue conspiracy theories about the 2020 election.
Will federal funding close the broadband gap for good?
On the Priorities Podcast: Colorado CIO Tony Neal-Graves, ILSR’s Chris Mitchell on the broadband gap. Maryland CIO Mike Leahy talks music.
Colorado publishes digital equity framework, a 'labor of love'
Colorado's digital services agency published new resources to help government agencies ensure equity as they develop IT projects.
Colorado eying technical debt with federal infrastructure funding
Colorado CIO Tony Neal-Graves said the influx of federal infrastructure and pandemic-relief funding is an opportunity to modernize systems.
Colorado will accept cryptocurrency for tax payments by summer, says Gov. Polis
Polis called the move a "consumer-friendly way" to embrace cryptocurrency, but said the state will immediately convert payments back into dollars.