Georgia Gov. Kemp selects human services official as new statewide CIO
Shawnzia Thomas, who's spent the past 13 years in various roles at the Georgia state government, will replace longtime CIO Calvin Rhodes, who stepped down earlier this month.
New NTIA broadband map highlights digital divide
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration's new map shows the broadband shortages in areas like tribal lands and minority-serving institutions.
State and local officials tell Senate they 'really need' cyber grants
While the House is advancing a $500 million grant proposal, the Senate has moved much more slowly, despite pleas from state and local officials.
Oakland, California's CIO stepped down this month
Oakland, California, CIO Andrew Peterson rejoined the private sector after more than four years leading technology projects in the San Francisco Bay Area city.
Agencies aren't doing enough to stop online fraud, Transunion says
A survey of IT and security professionals found that the frequency and severity of account-takeover attacks are increasing.
‘Community of practice’ key for GIS success, says Wisconsin official
Perhaps more than technology, the expertise of locals can propel a geographic information systems project, said Wisconsin GIO Jim Giglierano.
Cisco targets rural broadband expansion with North Carolina center
Cisco executives said a new Rural Broadband Center will showcase technologies designed to reduce internet providers' costs of expanding service.
Building a better citizen experience with contact center modernization strategies
How agencies are prioritizing constituent engagement with customer experience (CX) strategies that aim to modernize the communication channels.
LA’s innovation chief left for Bloomberg public-sector role
Amanda Daflos, Los Angeles' former chief innovation officer, stepped down last month to become the executive director of the Bloomberg Center for Public Innovation at Johns Hopkins University.