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Connecticut takes first steps in 'all-digital government' initiative

by • 1 month ago

Gov. Ned Lamont announced a series of proposals aimed at simplifying procurement, certifications and paperwork needed to do business with the state.

Oklahoma's IT division to be audited amid potential restructuring

by • 2 months ago

The state's new chief operating officer says the governor's office isn't suspicious, but wants to better understand where the division's money is going.

Governors are paying more attention to technology than ever before

by • 2 months ago

Between rural broadband investment and emerging technologies that can transform government operations, state executives are tuning in to the latest trends.

Kentucky auditor faults IT office on network access and disaster planning

by • 3 months ago

An annual audit says the Commonwealth Office of Technology must be more communicative with agencies and more vigilant about protecting sensitive information.

Application management uncovers surprises in Nebraska

by • 4 months ago

State CIO Ed Toner says taking inventory of the state's applications and servers is helping to trim down and, other times, bulk up.

Kansas technology agency fills long-vacant chief IT architect role

by • 4 months ago

Eric Davis, a former CTO at several large corporations, will fill the newly created position while doubling as the state's chief technical officer.

Delaware offers cash to state employees with innovative ideas

by • 4 months ago

The new program follows on a 2017 initiative designed to cut costs and streamline government operations.

14 years and counting — Greg Zickau retained as Idaho's CIO under new governor

by • 4 months ago

The longtime Idaho state technology official has been reappointed alongside his boss, Jeffrey Weak.

Montana CIO Ron Baldwin says goodbye to government

by • 1 year ago

After five years of improving IT governance and security for his state, the technology leader now departs as an extensive consolidation project coasts to a close.

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