Florida on verge of reorganizing IT governance — yet again
The Sunshine State, which has overhauled its technology agencies three times since 2005, is about to do it one more time.
Maine approves IT reorganization plan
The state's new CIO, Fred Brittain, is organizing his agency into four subdivisions, and wants other agencies to participate in IT decision-making processes.
Florida eliminates IT agency (again)
The Agency for State Technology, created only in 2014, will cease to exist come July 1, when it is absorbed by the state Department of Management Services.
Florida will reorganize IT governance yet again
The five-year-old Agency for State Technology will be merged with a telecommunications office, marking the third time since 2005 that Florida has eliminated an IT bureau.
Hawaii lawmakers consider chief data officer, IT governance bills
New bills would create a statewide chief data officer, and also require the state CIO to update an IT strategic plan every four years.
New NASCIO report highlights path forward for 'CIO as broker' model
A new survey shows most states are using old IT governance models at a time CIOs need to be focused on managing relationships and services instead of being technical administrators.