Computer error briefly gives 66,700 Louisianans double tax refunds
The duplicate payments totaled $26 million. But officials have fixed the program that controls tax refunds and are now recouping the wayward funds.
In search for new voting machines, Louisiana may need to start over
If Dominion Voting Systems doesn't file a lawsuit by Dec. 12, the state's procurement process will likely go back to square one.
$85 million in Medicaid errors? Louisiana Health Dept. says new system will help
The department says a $70 million system built by Deloitte will integrate new data that can be used to ensure wages are verified quarterly.
Attn. incoming governors: On cybersecurity, you're not alone
Commentary: Governors of Michigan and Louisiana encourage state leaders to explore the many cybersecurity policies, initiatives and resources on offer today.
Louisiana cancels $95 million contract for new voting machines
The secretary of state accused Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration of voiding the contract for political reasons.
Louisiana puts acquisition of new voting machines on hold after losing bidder protests
State officials were accused of tipping the bidding process by a company that lost out on a contract to replace 10,000 machines.
Five states to modernize eligibility systems in new pilot partnership
Alaska, Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan and Vermont are getting some help with their public-benefits eligibility systems.
Drivers in Louisiana can now show police their ID on an app, instead of a card
The state is the first in the nation to launch a digital driver's license.
How Louisiana saved $70 million with IT consolidation efforts
By centralizing its IT services, the state of Louisiana not only saved tax-payer dollars, but also improved how citizens and government workers use its system.