Montana Commerce Department wins race toward going all-digital
Gov. Greg Gianforte had challenged Montana state agencies to make their processes all-digital by the end of next year.
Survey points to strong support for digital transformation projects
A majority of agency leaders say they plan to maintain accelerated digital transformation progress as the pandemic subsides in a recent survey.
What state CIOs should consider when tackling top IT priorities
Cybersecurity remains a top concern for state CIOs, but digital transformation remains key in meeting citizen needs.
How to find an IT modernization approach that fits your agency’s needs
A new report weighs the risks and rewards of different modernization approaches that can help state IT move away from mainframes, legacy code and end-of-life infrastructure.
Post-pandemic, state IT is in a ‘time for reflection and change’
As agencies respond to the changes presented by the health crisis, state IT leaders are looking towards more innovative ways to approach business operations, two industry leaders say.
How states can enable digital government services with multi-cloud adoption
Public sector advisor Thomas Beck joins StateScoop in an exclusive interview to look at the state of multi-cloud adoption among state agencies.
The four pillars of the digital transformation journey
Identifying the right IT investments remains a challenge for state and local agencies. One place to start: Focus on the foundations of application enablement.
Why government technologists love the Domino's pizza tracker
The ubiquitous pizza chain's customer-service app has become a model for state governments seeking to improve their digital services.
Digital Transformation — A StateScoop & EdScoop Special Report
In this special report, StateScoop and EdScoop go beyond the buzzwords and into what digital transformation is meaning in real-time for the public sector.