How the Beeck Center helps improve digital services
Beeck Center fellow Kevin Parker shares what his colleagues are learning as they burrow in with digital service teams in New Jersey, Colorado and New York City.
States’ digital services efforts are evolving
Digital services directors in Colorado and New Jersey say they're getting more sophisticated in how they approach software development in their states.
Colorado Springs promotes city IT veteran to CIO
Mary Weeks, who's spent the last eight years in IT roles with the City of Colorado Springs, has been appointed as its new chief information officer.
Colorado names new broadband director
As the second executive director of the Colorado Broadband Office, Antonio Sean Martinez said the state is taking the digital divide "very seriously."
Colorado's new Digital Service spent its first year dealing with the pandemic
The Colorado Digital Service, launched soon after the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, designed and procured tools critical to the state's response to the health crisis.
Six steps to a more innovative government
Former Colorado Chief Information Officer Theresa Szczurek says it begins with defining innovation as a core value.
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.