State IT shops deliver during pandemic, but watch for budget cuts
CIOs are rapidly delivering services where they're needed in states that have invested in IT, but they're also bracing for uncertain economic times ahead.
Pandemic put states' digital modernization efforts in the spotlight
CIOs' aspirations to improve government services and automate workflows are suddenly being tested by a global health crisis few were prepared to face.
Utah CIO Mike Hussey named new NASCIO vice president
Hussey joins the association's executive committee following the recent job change of former North Carolina CIO Eric Boyette.
Advancing multi-vendor IT model tops priorities, Virginia CIO says
The state is moving its data center and hiring new staff, but maturing its new IT sourcing model takes priority, says Virginia CIO Nelson Moe.
Auditor says Virginia's new multi-vendor model needs extra oversight
State CIO Nelson Moe said he agrees with the criticisms of a recent report, but that there's a bigger picture to be reckoned with.
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.
Virginia CIO Nelson Moe seeks COO so he can focus on 'relationship building'
Virginia's top technology official says department heads need help making the most of the state's new IT services model.
Virginia cuts Northrop Grumman loose 10 months early
The commonwealth's technology agency is exercising a clause in the 13-year contract that allows for early termination.
Favoring flexibility, more states pursue multi-sourced IT models
Virginia's single-provider contract with Northrop Grumman is the last of a dying breed in government.