Colorado prepares to activate new cloud-based unemployment system
The new system will include the state's traditional unemployment benefits and pandemic relief programs in a single cloud environment, moving on from an old mainframe.
Colorado's new broadband advisory group to boost coordination
Colorado's broadband advisory committee is tasked with coordinating broadband expansion projects that include multiple agencies and recommending policy to the governor and state lawmakers.
Are states relenting on municipal broadband during the pandemic?
More states are relaxing limits on municipally controlled broadband networks as the health crisis drags on, raising the need for high-speed internet service.
Colorado, Delaware make interim CIOs permanent
Tony Neal-Graves will stay on as Colorado's top IT official, while Jason Clarke will continue as Delaware's CIO, the governors of their states said.
Chicago, Denver voted to take broadband 'seriously' on Tuesday
Voters in the two cities approved referendums that could encourage the creation of municipally owned broadband networks.
One week out, election IT officials project calm, with caution
With just seven days until Election Day, the tech officials in state election offices are making their final preparations for a historic day.
NASCIO names winners of State Technology Innovator Awards
State technology officials in Colorado, Florida and Tennessee were recognized by the group for their contributions to advancing state technology policy.
State workers more engaged with security since pandemic, CISOs say
"We have a heightened awareness of how important security is," Colorado CISO Deborah Blyth said during an online event about post-pandemic IT.
Six months in, state executives reflect on their pandemic response
Winners of StateScoop 50 Awards for GoldenGov: State Executive of the Year share how the pandemic has dramatically changed their operations and outlooks.