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Mississippi state government doesn’t have cybersecurity roles — yet

by • 2 months ago

Mississippi CIO Craig Orgeron says the state is currently revamping its IT job classifications to match the modern technology landscape.

Mississippi tallying ‘big wins’ in cybersecurity

by • 5 months ago

State CIO Craig Orgeron said new legislation and policy is helping the state mature, but a recent audit shows there’s still room to improve.

States are struggling to attract top IT talent from the workforce

by • 11 months ago

A survey highlights workforce challenges, driving some states' CIOs to focus on job reclassification and internship programs.

New NASCIO report highlights path forward for 'CIO as broker' model

by • 1 year ago

A new survey shows most states are using old IT governance models at a time CIOs need to be focused on managing relationships and services instead of being technical administrators.

At different stages in consolidation, states look to a more efficient future

by • 2 years ago

On the latest episode of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast, the CIOs from Mississippi and Nebraska talk about their efforts on consolidation and why the idea has been a state technology priority for so long.

As CIO role evolves, cybersecurity policy becomes more important than ever

by • 2 years ago

Mississippi Chief Information Officer Craig Orgeron​ says as CIOs add services to their catalogs, there's a growing need for comprehensive cybersecurity policies.

Meet the StateScoop 50 GoldenGov Nominees: Mississippi CIO Craig Orgeron

by • 4 years ago

In this Q&A, StateScoop introduces StateScoop 50 GoldenGov nominee Craig Orgeron, the chief information officer for Mississippi.

Election 2015: CIO futures hang in the balance

by • 4 years ago

Kentuckians head to the polls Tuesday to elect their next governor — and Louisiana and Mississippi will follow suit later this month. What do the 2015 gubernatorial races mean for each state’s top tech executive?

NASCIO honors state IT innovations, welcomes new officers

by • 4 years ago

The state chief information officer organization honored 11 IT innovations across eight states for achievements in state information technology.