Colorado's governor now accepting crypto for donations
Gov. Jared Polis, who's said the state will take tax payments in crypto, is now accepting donations in bitcoin, ethereum and even dogecoin.
Colorado will accept cryptocurrency for tax payments by summer, says Gov. Polis
Polis called the move a "consumer-friendly way" to embrace cryptocurrency, but said the state will immediately convert payments back into dollars.
The keys to success for a public sector CIO
On the Priorities Podcast: NASCIO’s Doug Robinson and former CIO Stu Davis talk about the qualities of a good CIO. Govs. Asa Hutchinson, Jared Polis and John Bel Edwards outline their approach to infrastructure and cyber funding.
Colorado Gov. Polis signs data privacy act
Colorado's new Digital Service agency aims at 'user-centered' projects
The Colorado Digital Service will be modeled on the U.S. Digital Service, with "digital service experts" hired for short-term stints with the state government, Gov. Jared Polis said.
Colorado puts ‘passion’ behind customer relationship management
State chief information officer Theresa Szczurek says the state’s doing a lot with CRM, but also prioritizing and taking on tasks one at a time.
New Colorado CIO wants to deliver 'customer delight' to state workers and residents
Theresa Szczurek says she'll draw on a career defined by improving information technology — from Bell Labs to her private consulting practices.
Colorado Gov. Polis appoints new statewide CIO
Theresa Szczurek, founder of an enterprise software firm that makes live-assistance platforms, now takes over the state Office of Information Technology.
'Landmark' bill raises student data privacy protections
Indiana and Colorado congressmen introduce Student Digital Privacy Act, aimed at strengthening protections for students whose data is being collected by ed tech companies.