Indiana technology office names interim leadership
Robert Paglia, Indiana Office of Technology's chief administrative officer, has also been serving as interim CIO since the November departure of Dewand Neely.
You don't need a college degree to work for Indiana IT
The state's Office of Technology now offers paid on-the-job training through the State Earn and Learn program, emphasizing aptitude over experience.
CIO-as-broker model more secure, cost-effective, says Indiana CIO
Most state chief information officers are headed toward a new mode of operating, and for good reason, according to Indiana CIO Dewand Neely.
Indiana CIO Dewand Neely to step down
After 15 years with the state, the chief information officer said he's found another role with a local nonprofit that he thinks will sate his need for public service.
Indiana chosen for National Guard's latest cyber battalion
The country's fifth cyber battalion will provide a "larger blanket of protection" against the United States' adversaries.
Indiana takes varied approach to workforce development
State CIO Dewand Neely said his older employees aren’t retiring yet, but he’s employing several strategies to be prepared for when they do.
'Smart' technology benefits? Indiana mayor looks for cost efficiency
Karen Freeman-Wilson, mayor of Gary, Indiana, says her city takes a practical approach to getting "smart" technology implemented in government.
AI, robotic process automation gain steam in state government
A preview of NASCIO's 2019 survey data shows state IT leaders are becoming more interested in how the emerging technologies can transform business processes.
Indiana dispenses $22 million for rural broadband
Gov. Eric Holcomb's latest investment in rural broadband is one of many gubernatorial pushes to increase internet speeds and improve access.