Florida

Florida CIO works through 'organized chaos' of Hurricane Ian response

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Florida CIO Jamie Grant said the state's response to Hurricane Ian is "the first response that's ever had a truly digital component."

Florida ban on foreign tech a DeSantis overreach, researcher says

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' move to ban all governments in his state from buying technology from hostile nations is just grandstanding, one researcher told StateScoop.

A closer look at how Florida is rebuilding IT operations

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On the Priorities podcast, Florida CIO James Grant offers his insights on why this iteration of Florida IT might be the right one.

The Florida Digital Service wants to win, says state CIO

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Florida Chief Information Officer James Grant says there's "no excuse" for his state not leading the nation on cybersecurity.

Taking collaboration to the ‘smart cities’ movement

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On the Priorities podcast, Coral Gables, Fla., technology leader Raimundo Roduflo talks about his approach to “smart cities.”

Time will tell if states' ransomware payment bans curb threat

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Will the ransomware payment bans that North Carolina and Florida have imposed on public-sector organizations be effective?

Florida CIO says state has history of 'doing state tech worst'

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Speaking at a NASCIO conference, James Grant criticized the many defunct IT agencies that preceded the Florida Digital Service.

Florida hires traffic-tech firm to reduce congestion around Tampa

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A $5 million project targets a busy region that's home to 2.8 million Floridians and nearly 20% of the state's signalized intersections.

GIS work was essential for next-generation 911 upgrade, says Florida county official

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County 911 coordinator Stephen Kennedy said he spent two years synchronizing GIS data before the county could update its 911 system.

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