Kansas' digital services app has reached one-third of eligible users, IT chief says
Kansas Chief Information Technology Officer Lee Allen said the state's iKan mobile app has been downloaded by more than 350,000 of the state's residents since its April 2018 launch.
Kansas terminates 'no-bid' contracts valued at $112 million
Gov. Laura Kelly said her decision to cancel the agreements with vendor CGI follows an earlier promise to improve transparency in the state.
Consolidated help desk gives Kansas full view of IT activities
A recent initiative is helping the state understand how the IT department's responds to incidents across the enterprise.
Know your environments before consolidation, say state IT chiefs
On Season 4, Episode 1 of Priorities, top tech officials from Kansas and Arkansas share challenges and goals of centralizing and outsourcing IT functions.
Kansas technology agency fills long-vacant chief IT architect role
Eric Davis, a former CTO at several large corporations, will fill the newly created position while doubling as the state's chief technical officer.
Lee Allen to continue as Kansas' top IT official under new governor
Allen, who was named the state's chief information technology officer in July 2018, will stay in the job when Gov.-elect Laura Kelly takes office.
Kansas launches country's 'first' mobile driver's license renewal app
A new feature added to the state's citizen services app provides functionality officials say isn't available anywhere else.
Kansas Human Services CIO Lee Allen appointed as statewide chief information technology officer
Allen says his priority now is to shift the state's networking and data centers to service-based models so he can turn his focus back to driving value for the state's businesses.
First county-state digital service collaboration of its kind launches in Kansas
A digital services app run by Wyandotte County and Kansas City now allows users to access state government services.