Cyber should play a bigger role in state IT acquisition, NASCIO says
Cybersecurity should be a leading consideration in government's technology purchases, particularly in light of the SolarWinds breach, according to a new report from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers.
The American Rescue Plan gives states a huge opportunity
With the possibility of the COVID-19 pandemic soon receding, New Hampshire CIO Denis Goulet warns against slipping into pre-pandemic thinking.
Cybersecurity, funding challenges ahead in 2021, says NASCIO
While 2020 presented many challenges, state governments will face new ones in the coming year, two leaders from NASCIO said.
State leaders will ‘rethink’ traditional security parameters post-pandemic
Okta’s Kelsey Nelson says states will be forced to change their approach to cybersecurity to accommodate the workforce after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
NASCIO awards former Delaware CIO James Collins for meritorious service
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers presented an award to a former member who spent the past 20 years serving his state.
States' lack of emerging-tech governance is risky, NASCIO says
New research published by NASCIO shows that state technology officials are interested in technologies like AI and chatbots, many states don't have the governance models to effectively adopt them.
NASCIO names winners of State Technology Innovator Awards
State technology officials in Colorado, Florida and Tennessee were recognized by the group for their contributions to advancing state technology policy.
NASCIO names winners of 2020 State IT Recognition Awards
Innovative state technology projects that could be duplicated in other states were recognized by NASCIO's voting panel, with Virginia and Colorado each taking home two awards.
NASCIO names State IT Recognition Award finalists for 2020
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers says it plans to announce 10 winners at its virtual online conference in October.