Tags National Association of State Chief Information Officers

Agency relationships are more important than ever for state IT leaders

by • 3 weeks ago

Customer relationship management has emerged as a top priority for state chief information officers, according to recent data from NASCIO.

NASCIO names 30 of the best technology projects in state government

by • 3 weeks ago

Among the 19 states recognized are shared-services cybersecurity programs operating in Iowa and Texas, where officials say systems are becoming more secure.

CIOs endorse Senate bill to grow state and federal cybersecurity collaboration

by • 2 months ago

The legislation would open new cybersecurity tools, training and grants to state IT offices while boosting engagement with federal authorities.

11 steps to a 'brokerage model' for state CIOs

by • 4 months ago

In its latest publication, NASCIO outlines strategic "plays" top state IT officials can make to sustain a new operating model.

NASCIO offers states 3 tips for improving privacy policy

by • 6 months ago

Chief privacy officers need proper authority, positioning and funding to be most effective, the group's researchers found.

New NASCIO report highlights path forward for 'CIO as broker' model

by • 7 months ago

A new survey shows most states are using old IT governance models at a time CIOs need to be focused on managing relationships and services instead of being technical administrators.

'Harmonizing' federal regulations NASCIO's top advocacy priority for 2019

by • 8 months ago

The group says slowly making progress on the multi-year effort to simplify the rules state IT offices must comply with.

Three pointers for incoming CIOs

by • 9 months ago

Commentary: North Carolina's former state chief information officer, Chris Estes, says the CIO role is a big job, but tells incoming officials they are not alone.

Technology vendors want better communication from state government

by • 11 months ago

State IT procurement has long been frustrating for both sides, but industry associations are trying to smooth things over.

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