Minnesota CIO Johanna Clyborne steps down
Newly inaugurated Gov. Tim Walz has not named a replacement technology official, and says he's "not going to rush" the decision.
Minnesota's public safety department accidentally shares 1,500 private addresses
The infamous Minnesota Licensing and Registration System, or MNLARS, has been named the culprit.
Minnesota claims success in $26 million Real ID system launch
Unlike the state's failing licensing and registration system, this project reportedly has no major issues so far.
With gubernatorial changes ahead, NASCIO releases 2018 State CIO Survey
The annual document is expected to serve as a lodestar for a new upcoming class of state IT leaders.
FirstNet board appoints longtime member to vice chair
The board still has six open spots to reach its 15-member capacity.
Auditor finds Minnesota IT Services broke 'significant legal requirements' in managing technology fund
The state's technology agency is required to provide oversight for Minnesota's Information and Telecommunications Account, but was unable to show in many instances that it was reviewing applications or monitoring projects.
New voting machines are important, but here are three other ways states are investing in election security
Top election officials are turning to multi-factor authentication, advanced audits and in some cases the military to defend against continued cyberthreats.
There are four audits into Minnesota's IT agency and its $100 million vehicle licensing and registration system
The project known as MNLARS has faced continual challenges since launching almost a year ago.
How five cities automated their way out of a shared biennial headache
Hiring election judges is tedious and time consuming for local governments, but a shared automation process in Minnesota is expected to save clerks countless hours this year.