COVID-19, One Year In — A StateScoop & EdScoop Special Report
The past year was tough — here's what leaders across state and local government, and higher education, are thinking about as they move forward.
Connecticut to launch new online tax portal next week
Connecticut's new tax-filing system, to go live next week, will replace a legacy system built in 2002.
The future of network security with SASE solutions
How state agencies can ensure trusted access to applications by remote users through implementing security inspection at the application layer.
Digital Transformation — A StateScoop Special Report
Digital transformation and IT modernization was in government once the purview of a select few. Now the pandemic is showing how it affects everyone.
Smart infrastructure spending to bridge legacy and cloud IT
Virtualized infrastructure that integrates legacy and modern applications in a multi-cloud environment can help agencies lower operating costs and strengthen security.
Pennsylvania CIO 'excited' about single sign-on expansion
Pennsylvania is connecting a growing number of applications to its Keystone Login function in service of its citizens, CIO John MacMillan said.
How CIOs can reduce operating costs and remove information silos
Modern workflow management platforms help agencies do more work with less money through cloud-enabled tools that improve delivery of services.
Colorado puts ‘passion’ behind customer relationship management
State chief information officer Theresa Szczurek says the state’s doing a lot with CRM, but also prioritizing and taking on tasks one at a time.
Consolidation leads to improved identity tools in Louisiana
Dickie Howze, Louisiana's CIO, says the state's 2014 consolidation initiative is leading the state's executive branch to single-sign-on.