Consolidation, new data roles could transform IT in Hawaii
Legislation to advance IT consolidation and the state's use of data could mean a big leap for IT in Hawaii as the governor's term winds down.
Hawaii’s COVID-19 ‘health pass’ still isn’t ready
Earlier estimates targeted a summer launch, but officials said they still don't know when the tool might be ready.
Hawaii could have a vaccine passport by summer, officials say
Hawaii state officials said they're piloting technology developed by Clear and CommonPass that's been in development since October.
Hawaii governor vetoes location-data privacy bill
Telecommunications companies with customers in the Aloha State may continue selling their location data to third parties, unfettered by state regulation.
Hawaii names former state comptroller as new CIO
Gov. David Ige nominated Douglas Murdock, who previously served his administration as the state's top financial officer.
Hawaii's 'ballistic missile' false alarm reveals technical and administrative flaws
Both the state's systems and processes are now under review.
Hawaii tax director abruptly resigns amid struggling $60 million system modernization
Maria Zielinski left after claims that her department was covering up an outside consultant's negative findings.
Hawaii Office of Planning launches statewide GIS portal with new data sets
The new website provides access to hundreds of data layers, maps and features to enable developers to utilize the Aloha State’s open data.
Elections, retirements bring in new state CIOs in 2015
In a tumultuous year for state information technology, more than 20 states welcomed new CIOs due to changes from elections, retirements or resignations.