Election officials renew push for more financial assistance
State and local election administrators said philanthropic gifts made a difference in 2020, but there are still longterm funding gaps.
Most states have a budget surplus, but should be wary of financial 'cliff'
Governors and legislators seeking to expand broadband infrastructure must find a balance between flexibility and utility, researchers said.
Montana latest state to build broadband coverage map
Montana selected the analytics firm Lightbox to develop a statewide broadband coverage map, not content with a shortage of federal data.
Adopting open-source platforms to modernize citizen services
IT leaders from the State of Tennessee, Red Hat and KPMG discuss modernization initiatives to create agile environments to better serve citizen services.
Pittsburgh mayor nominates acting CIO to lead technology citywide
Acting Pittsburgh CIO Heidi Norman would lead technology efforts in a city now focused on improving connectivity and access to data.
Strengthening communities with data-driven insights
Chicago CDO shares how the city provides leaders and community groups with real-time data needed for better economic, health and safety decision-making.
Virginia Gov. Youngkin names former Kansas IT chief as CIO
Phil Wittmer, formerly the chief information technology officer of Kansas, is Virginia's new chief information officer.
San Jose, Calif., names new innovation chief
Clay Garner, formerly San Jose's deputy innovation chief, said he plans to tap into nearby Silicon Valley to address pressing city issues.
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.