State CIOs strive to craft unified, simple user experiences
States are designing citizen experience not defined by bureaucratic boundaries, but with ease of access and convenience in mind.
NASCIO and NGA promote more state-local cooperation on cybersecurity
A new publication published jointly by the two groups nudges governors and state IT officials to work more with their local counterparts on cybersecurity efforts.
Workforce committee pushes new training, recruitment strategies in Tennessee
In K-12 and the state government itself, officials are rethinking how they prepare workers for emerging technical jobs.
For state and local government, 2019 was the year of ransomware
Through all the year brought, NASCIO's Doug Robinson and Cloudera's Henry Sowell show it was the escalating cyberattacks that captured government's attention.
State CIO priorities align with the future on NASCIO's 2020 list
Cybersecurity is still on top, but new additions and changes indicate technology leaders are becoming more forward-thinking.
Senate passes NASCIO-backed cybersecurity aid bill
The State and Local Government Cybersecurity Act, which would provide more federal funding and resources to lower rungs of government, passed the Senate unanimously.
CIO-as-broker model more secure, cost-effective, says Indiana CIO
Most state chief information officers are headed toward a new mode of operating, and for good reason, according to Indiana CIO Dewand Neely.
Identity management ‘foundational’ for service delivery, Washington CIO says
Residents don’t want to juggle various identities and hop around government websites online, says state CIO Jim Weaver.
‘10 percent’ of Nebraska IT’s workforce is new graduates
State CIO Ed Toner says his key to keeping the state’s technology workforce fresh has been strong partnerships with local colleges.