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Digital government's challenges are rarely technical

by • 4 months ago

According to the CIOs of Delaware and New Hampshire, advancing digital government is often a matter of convincing other state officials it's a good idea.

Delaware's CIO isn't giving up on his data analytics vision

by • 6 months ago

Sometimes projects run into roadblocks. Delaware CIO James Collins says the keys to advancing are diligence and persistence.

Nationwide lobbying push for contractor monitoring software alarms state CIOs

by • 8 months ago

Similar bills are popping up around the country that would require state contractors to take screenshots of their computers every three minutes.

CIOs recruited for election security find a familiar challenge, NASCIO president says

by • 8 months ago

Delaware CIO James Collins said state IT chiefs have the experience securing critical government systems that's now required of state election officials.

States must incentivize industry to expand rural broadband, says Delaware CIO

by • 10 months ago

On StateScoop's Priorities podcast, James Collins says states should try to offset some costs vendors face when expanding broadband to rural areas.

NASCIO names Delaware CIO James Collins as next president

by • 12 months ago

Collins replaces Oklahoma CIO James "Bo" Reese. Texas CIO Todd Kimbriel will serve as group's vice president.

Delaware CIO raises $50K for charity with local 'Dancing with the Stars' victory

by • 2 years ago

James Collins exchanged his work shoes for dancing shoes to raise money for Delaware charities.

Diversity gets employees in the door — inclusivity keeps them there

by • 2 years ago

Delaware Chief Information Officer James Collins calls on state government IT leaders to think of diversity in terms of productivity, innovation and efficiency.

Massive modernization: Delaware CIO highlights lessons learned

by • 2 years ago

Amid multiple system modernizations, Delaware Chief Information Officer James Collins explains how he's encouraging state government not to revert to its old ways.