Multi-source model opens doors for AI, 'smart data' in Virginia
Now free of its contract with Northrop Grumman, Virginia's CIO says the state is now free to pursue exciting new technologies, like AI, faster.
Procurement reform can help states transform in 'smaller chunks,' says California CIO
California Chief Information Officer Amy Tong says digital transformation should focus heavily on business needs to be effective.
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.
Chief privacy officers need proper authority, positioning and funding to be most effective, the group's researchers found.
Know your environments before consolidation, say state IT chiefs
On Season 4, Episode 1 of Priorities, top tech officials from Kansas and Arkansas share challenges and goals of centralizing and outsourcing IT functions.
Industry groups urge state legislators to oppose tracking software bills
A coalition of 14 trade associations are fighting legislation in 30 states that would force government contractors to install aggressive tracking software.
Los Angeles ditches mainframe for California's data center
The city has signed a three-year $10.5 million deal that officials say will free it from legacy infrastructure that is weighing down progress.
How one company is enticing lobbyists to push contractor-monitoring software
A document acquired by StateScoop reveals new details of a business plan that, if successful, state IT officials fear could break compliance and taint vendor relationships.
Nationwide lobbying push for contractor monitoring software alarms state CIOs
Similar bills are popping up around the country that would require state contractors to take screenshots of their computers every three minutes.