Hybrid cloud is the future for Illinois as it modernizes IT
Technology officials from Illinois state agencies tell StateScoop in a video interview how hybrid cloud, artificial intelligence and more will transform IT.
Cybersecurity for K-12 could be South Dakota IT's next big move
State CIO Pat Snow says the state is looking to expand its services portfolio in a way few other states have.
Kentucky eyes AI to slash thousands of service desk requests
As Chuck Grindle enters his second year as Kentucky's CIO, he's setting a baseline for AI, procurement reform and more work with data.
Data is about much more than decision-making
Commentary: Socrata Data Academy Director Oliver Wise says improved decision-making is valuable, but not the full proposition data makes to government.
Award program seeking community-led transformation opens for second year
Cities of Service has announced its "Engaged Cities Award" program is coming back in 2019.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown presented Technology Champion award at NASCIO 2018
The award recognizes Gov. Brown's transformative work in data and cybersecurity throughout the state.
First 9 cities earn Bloomberg data certifications
Through a new What Works Cities program, Los Angeles became the first city to earn a gold rating for its data practices.
To improve election mapping data, GeoElections campaign targets state and local GIS
A new program attempts to bring structure to a widespread effort by states and municipalities to modernize their election systems using geospatial data.
Minnesota maps real-time traffic patterns in new pilot
A subscription with StreetLight Data will allow the state's department of transportation to crowdsource traffic data, potentially assisting in planning around major events like the upcoming Super Bowl.