New Mexico CIO Darryl Ackley to resign ahead of November election
Ackley is one of the few governor-appointed information technology officials to last through two terms.
NASCIO implores states to embrace the IoT, set policies around connected tech
The trade association has a series of recommendations for state IT leaders looking to regulate the rapidly growing technology.
NASCIO urges states to develop plans for cyberattacks on critical infrastructure
The trade association has released a series of recommendations for how states should prepare for and respond to these attacks.
State CIOs call for IT procurement reform nationwide
The National Association of State CIOs feels technology purchasing reform is crucial for every state.
State CIOs keeping focus on security, cloud strategy, survey finds
A survey by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers reveals the top 10 priorities of members for the upcoming year.
FirstNet appoints new CEO, president to advisory board
A government organization that’s working to develop a nationwide public safety broadband network for first responders has appointed new leaders to its advisory board.
NASCIO leaders lobby feds on cyber, grants and FirstNet
More than 50 state CIOs and other state tech executives met with federal officials to identify ways to work more effectively on IT issues.
Some states wary about FirstNet funding
The House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology received mixed messages Nov. 21 about the First Responder Network Authority from state officials implementing the program.
One-on-one: New Mexico CIO Darryl Ackley
Darryl Ackley, the chief information officer of New Mexico, sat down with StateScoopTV to discuss mobility, mobile security, transparency and cost cutting.