Delaware report reinforces importance of IT in service delivery
A government review board's annual report said the pandemic underscores technology's role in improving efficiency at nearly every state agency.
Colorado, Delaware make interim CIOs permanent
Tony Neal-Graves will stay on as Colorado's top IT official, while Jason Clarke will continue as Delaware's CIO, the governors of their states said.
NASCIO awards former Delaware CIO James Collins for meritorious service
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers presented an award to a former member who spent the past 20 years serving his state.
Delaware tech agency names operations chief as acting CIO
Jason Clarke, chief operating officer at the Delaware Department of Technology and Information, has been named the acting replacement to James Collins, who stepped down this month.
Delaware city to pilot all-in-one public transit app in 2021
A new app from Via Transportation is hoped to provide greater accessibility as residents of Georgetown, Delaware, consider dozens of transit options.
Delaware Chief Information Officer James Collins to step down
After nearly 20 years of state government service, Delaware Chief Information Officer James Collins will step down later this month.
Delaware targets underserved families with $20 million broadband investment
State leaders announced Monday a plan to invest federal CARES Act funding into improving high-speed internet access for families with school-age children.
Five lessons state technology officials took from telework
In an online event, IT officials said enabling entire state workforces to work from home stirred unexpected lessons about culture, cybersecurity and training.
Delaware backs out of mobile voting weeks before primary
Concerns over the security of the online voting platform OmniBallot caused election officials to reverse course on a pilot project.