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Colorado hires 'blockchain solution architect'

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Thaddeus Batt, a former software executive, will lead the state's research into applying distributed-ledger technology to government functions.

Mastercard's city-innovation program anticipates expansive second year

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Headed by former New York City CTO Miguel Gamiño, "CityPossible" has its sights set on further global expansion, now that "people know why we're here."

Seattle IT fires 14 managers in major reorganization

by • 20 hours ago

The city's new chief technology officer, Saad Bashir, said the decision is part of a "pivot" to becoming a "Best-in-Class digital service delivery team."

'Bipartisan consensus' in place for facial recognition regulation, lawmakers say

by • 20 hours ago

Legislation to regulate the face-matching technology will come soon, according to Rep. Elijah Cummings, who chairs the House Oversight and Reform Committee.

Florida governor orders statewide review of election cybersecurity

by • 22 hours ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis ordered the state and all 67 counties to review their security after learning Russian hackers had successfully breached two counties' voter databases in 2016.

How cloud-based ERP systems help CIOs and CFOs improve their operations

by • 23 hours ago

Cloud-based enterprise resource planning systems produce cost and time savings for HR, finance and IT departments at state and local agencies, an expert says.

Arkansas transformation officer to lead state's new consolidated technology department

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Amy Fecher will lead a new department that includes the state IT agency, GIS mapping, personnel management and the budget, as part of a statewide reorganization pushed by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.

Why New York City spent a year converting its 500-page hazard plan into a website

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Officials say the paper version of its plan was "hard to digest" and went unchanged for years at a time.

Data analysis, machine learning attract states to the cloud

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With the new capabilities cloud computing presents, IT agencies can protect themselves better and do more with data, guests say on StateScoop's Priorities podcast.

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