Delaware

People management a major challenge for IT modernization, say state CIOs

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Retaining staff and arranging organizations as IT is redesigned are major challenges for state chief information officers.

Delaware IT agency adds administration and broadband officials

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State CIO Jason Clarke added a chief of administration and a broadband grants manager to the state Department of Technology and Innovation.

Delaware pushes to connect ‘each and every home’

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On the Priorities Podcast: Delaware CIO Jason Clarke on closing the broadband gap. Rep. Jim Langevin on future cyber legislation.

Delaware spends $56 million on broadband-for-all effort

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The funds are going to Comcast, Verizon and Mediacom, which expect to extend their networks to an additional 11,600 homes and businesses.

Delaware auditor indicted on theft, intimidation charges

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State Auditor Kathleen McGuiness was indicted on five charges, including email surveillance and intimidation of state employees she viewed as "disloyal."

‘No turning back’ to pre-pandemic IT, Delaware CIO says

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The expectations of the public and other government agencies have grown greatly during the health crisis, Delaware CIO Jason Clarke said.

Delaware names deputy AG as new deputy CIO

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Aleine Cohen, formerly the state’s deputy attorney general, has started work as Delaware's new deputy chief information officer.

Delaware technology bureau names new COO

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Gerald Whisman, a former engineering director, said automation and eliminating one-off technology deployments are the top priorities in his new role.

Two rural Delaware towns got a new transit and ride-hailing app

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Residents of the towns of Georgetown and Millsboro, Delaware can now book transportation through a new app from Via, the company announced this week.

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