Massachusetts CIO Curtis Wood prepares for transition
On the Priorities podcast, Massachusetts CIO Curtis Wood says he’s preparing for the first governor transition since joining the cabinet.
How Massachusetts has enhanced its threat hunting analysis
Assistant secretary for technology, security and operations and COO Sean Hughes on building greater security protections into the state’s network.
Massachusetts awards statewide radio upgrade to Motorola Solutions
The state hired Motorola to upgrade 86 radio sites over the next four years, boosting technology used by state and local law enforcement.
How the pandemic got Massachusetts texting
When COVID-19 closed government offices, the state's Department of Transitional Assistance started texting people who rely on its benefits.
Massachusetts CIO highlights the 'real mission in government'
Massachusetts CIO Curtis Wood spoke with StateScoop at the 2022 NASCIO midyear conference in National Harbor, Maryland.
New York rethinks digital services as the pandemic wanes
New York CTO Rajiv Rao talks about digital services. Massachusetts CIO Curt Wood weighs in on modernization.
Massachusetts funds cybersecurity training for local governments and schools
The annual grant program will cover cybersecurity training for 57,000 municipal and public-school workers around the commonwealth.
Massachusetts to stop using facial recognition in identity verification
“We’re not a biometric company,” said ID.me's Pete Eskew after Massachusetts' unemployment agency said it will stop using facial recognition.
Massachusetts launches new COVID-19 vaccine verification tool
The commonwealth's digital vaccine pass arrives just days before Boston requires proof of vaccination at indoor public venues.