Wyoming governor orders state IT to consider local companies first
In a bid to grow Wyoming's technology sector, state government is giving local companies the first crack at its IT contracts.
Wyoming governor names deputy chief of staff state CIO
Tony Young, Gov. Matt Mead’s current deputy chief of staff, will start as Wyoming’s chief information officer September 26, StateScoop has learned.
Election Day primer for governor races
With 36 governorships up for re-election, Tuesday's elections could bring widespread changes to state governments and state IT offices. Here's what to watch.
Wyoming moves GIS data clearinghouse forward
Gov. Matt Mead has announced a partnership with the Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center at the University of Wyoming to create new digital maps and a clearinghouse of geographic information system data about Wyoming.
Wyoming governor: broadband bridges future
This year, Wyoming has seen incredible growth in broadband connectivity with access to Ethernet Internet in the state’s schools increasing by 700 percent.
Wyoming governor marks growth in tech sector
Governor Matt Mead continues to push for expansion of Wyoming’s technology sector. This has been an ongoing initiative for Governor Mead who sees great potential for more data centers to locate in Wyoming.
Wyoming pushes government efficiency
Governor Matt Mead continues to work for more efficient state government. This year he has asked agencies, boards and commissions to streamline rules.
Wyoming CIO Flint Waters on cloud, mobile and effective IT leadership
One of the biggest frustration points among state chief information officers nationwide, said Wyoming CIO Flint Waters, is trying to accomplish a modernization effort without adequate executive support.