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Virginia Gov. Youngkin names former Kansas IT chief as CIO
Phil Wittmer, formerly the chief information technology officer of Kansas, is Virginia's new chief information officer.
San Jose, Calif., names new innovation chief
Clay Garner, formerly San Jose's deputy innovation chief, said he plans to tap into nearby Silicon Valley to address pressing city issues.
What state CIOs should consider when tackling top IT priorities
Cybersecurity remains a top concern for state CIOs, but digital transformation remains key in meeting citizen needs.
Georgia says new voter registration system will cut down long lines
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced a deal with Salesforce to build a new voter registration system to replace a nine-year-old platform.
CISA director tells mayors to make cyber a 'kitchen-table' issue
Jen Easterly urged mayors to pursue more cyber hygiene and modernization — and offered an update on the new cybersecurity grant program.
Interstate cybersecurity operations center is on the way
Officials in North Dakota, which organized the initiative, said they expect to have an announcement about the unique organization this year.
New York Mayor Adams says he's buying crypto with first paycheck
Adams said he'll use Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange, to convert his first paycheck into bitcoin and ethereum.
NASCIO's federal agenda looks for clarity on new cyber grants
The federal government has funded dedicated cybersecurity grants and CIOs are awaiting details on how the new program will work.
New York's mayor is consolidating city's tech into one agency
New York Mayor Eric Adams issued an executive order reorganizing several tech-focused agencies into a single office, which the city's new CTO will lead.