After Maria, Puerto Rico sees blank canvas for innovation, cloud
Puerto Rico's CIO Luis Arocho explains how the territory can embrace innovation and modernization during the course of recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
As governor transition approaches, Georgia focuses on services
With an incoming gubernatorial transition, Georgia CIO Calvin Rhodes says the state's work on IT services will help agencies deliver on their missions.
Kentucky eyes AI to slash thousands of service desk requests
As Chuck Grindle enters his second year as Kentucky's CIO, he's setting a baseline for AI, procurement reform and more work with data.
States need agile development to speed up business delivery results
Charles Collier, a principal for KPMG's state and local advisory group, says states should use agile to "get technology into the hands" of programs and business units.
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.
California state lawmaker calls for resignations of DMV, technology directors
Vince Fong, a Republican state assemblyman, demanded new leadership via a Facebook video this week.
Why NASTD's mainframe survey warrants a closer look
Commentary: Claire Bailey, a Compuware executive and former Arkansas chief technology officer, says the mainframe's future is brighter than some recent analysis suggests.
Arkansas' $340 million government assistance software contract is under protest
The contract would replace the state's government-assistance enrollment software that it first attempted to replace in 2013.
On cybersecurity, many local governments still lack strategic or disruption response plans
A new infographic from the Public Technology Institute shows that while local governments are increasingly adopting cybersecurity training for employees, they often lack cyber planning.