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Bad digital services can damage public trust, Deloitte study finds

by • 3 days ago

Agencies that faltered online during the pandemic — such as unemployment insurance — achieved the lowest trust scores with the public.

Boise mayor nominates former consultant for CIO role

by • 2 weeks ago

Alexandra Winkler, who's worked for Deloitte and Sabel Systems Technology Solutions, has been nominated for the city's top technology role.

Whistleblower suit over San Diego GIS contract allowed to move forward

by • 2 weeks ago

A former employee of the software company SAP alleges he was fired as retaliation for warning his colleagues about how a contract was awarded.

Deloitte wins $99M contract for Rhode Island social services system

by • 3 months ago

The firm will continue working on RIBridges after past troubles led to payment freezes and official resignations.

MS-ISAC members get access to other industries' cyber intel

by • 3 months ago

Members of the cybersecurity group for state and local agencies can access a Deloitte website that collects threat intelligence for a variety of sectors, the consulting firm said.

How State of Washington is modernizing for a cloud-native world

by • 4 months ago

When the Washington State’s Health Benefits Exchange earmarked their API management tool as legacy, its leaders turned to an open source, cloud-based tool to modernize.

Pandemic was a 'tipping point' for government modernization

by • 4 months ago

A new report from Deloitte found that COVID-19 pushed many agencies from "doing digital" to "becoming digital." Now the challenge is to make it last.

The pandemic exposed cybersecurity shortcomings, NASCIO study finds

by • 12 months ago

Statewide CISOs have become more visible during COVID-19, but despite some achievements, many hurdles remain, especially when it comes to funding.

Study: Governments struggle against more frequent and sophisticated ransomware

by • 2 years ago

A new report by the consulting firm Deloitte finds that state and local governments continue to lack the resources and workforces to defend against ransomware.

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