Gov. Terry McAuliffe

Virginia Gov. McAuliffe to focus on cyber as he takes helm of governors' group

by • 4 years ago

Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants his fellow governors to come together and start thinking about the best ways to beef up their cybersecurity practices.

Virginia gov. opens up jobs data, adds electronic voter registration at DMVs

by • 4 years ago

Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced a pair of IT initiatives aimed at making life easier for jobseekers and prospective voters.

Virginia governor signs budget, kicking off series of cybersecurity programs

by • 4 years ago

Though Gov. Terry McAuliffe won't get all the money he hoped for, the state's new budget still includes millions to support a bevy of cyber-focused initiatives.

As more governors convene cyber commissions, questions arise over effectiveness

by • 4 years ago

StateScoop found that nearly half the nation's governors are presiding over cybersecurity-focused task forces, yet experts wonder what the groups actually achieve.

Virginia governor orders review of state's data sharing efforts

by • 4 years ago

Gov. Terry McAuliffe is hoping to get a handle on how his state is already sharing information to improve its processes down the line.

Virginia governor unveils broadband access survey, signs fiber infrastructure bill

by • 4 years ago

Gov. Terry McAuliffe is hoping the two efforts will help Virginia expand access to high-speed internet service.

Meet the StateScoop 50 GoldenGov Nominees: Virginia Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson

by • 4 years ago

One of the key leaders of Gov. Terry McAuliffe's IT efforts discusses her work over the last year.

Governors challenge Congress to end Internet tax ban

by • 5 years ago

The National Governors Association is calling on federal lawmakers to let them start collecting taxes on Internet bills and online transactions.

Va. tech trade group stresses cybersecurity education, big data to lawmakers

by • 5 years ago

The Northern Virginia Technology Council is laying out its legislative priorities for the new General Assembly session.

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