Connectivity is still the 'building block' for IT modernization
Local IT officials said that without basic internet connectivity, efforts to modernize fancy new technologies won't realize their full benefit.
States continue tinkering with their unemployment systems
States are still ironing out the policies, procedures and technologies that will allow their unemployment insurance platforms to scale for massive demand.
Overloaded Kentucky unemployment agency missed 400,000 emails in 2020
Overpayments, underpayments and 400,000 unread emails from citizens were among the findings of a recent audit of the Kentucky unemployment bureau.
How a small-town police department overcame its GIS challenge
Not big enough to hire full-time GIS staff, Radcliff, Kentucky, found the help it needed updating its dispatch systems through a contract with GeoComm.
Nation-state hackers 'rattling at our doorknob,' election official tells Congress
"We’ve got to keep our eye on the other balls" even as COVID-19 upends everything, Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams told members of Congress.
Kentucky launches website to help felons regain voting rights
The new site is aimed at more than 152,000 people who had their voting rights restored through an executive order by Gov. Andy Beshear.
New Kentucky governor to nominate logistics executive as state's CIO
Gov.-elect Andy Beshear selected Ruth Day, a vice president at the shipping logistics company Landstar Systems, to replace outgoing CIO Chuck Grindle.
Kentucky's new governor to 'rein in' CIO's salary
Andy Beshear, who was elected Nov. 5, plans to reduce the controversial $375,000 salary Gov. Matt Bevin gave to his CIO, Chuck Grindle.
NASCIO report projects AI growth in cybersecurity, digital services
State officials say cybersecurity, fraud detection and other digital services are primed to benefit most from advances in artificial intelligence.