Tags New Hampshire

Digital government's challenges are rarely technical

by • 4 weeks ago

According to the CIOs of Delaware and New Hampshire, advancing digital government is often a matter of convincing other state officials it's a good idea.

Maine to modernize fingerprinting, criminal history records with federal grant

by • 9 months ago

Planned upgrades include an automated fingerprinting identification system to be shared by Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

On final day, New Hampshire reverses FirstNet decision and opts in

by • 2 years ago

Gov. Chris Sununu announced his intention to opt-in to the nationwide network for first responders after previously deciding to opt-out and go with an alternative vendor.

New Hampshire becomes first official FirstNet opt-out state

by • 2 years ago

The state will be the first to pursue an alternative plan to the one led by FirstNet and AT&T to establish a nationwide public safety communications network.

3 new directors appointed to NASCIO executive committee

by • 2 years ago

State IT leaders from North Carolina, New Hampshire and Utah fill gaps left by recent resignations.

With FirstNet deadline looming, states consider risks and penalties of opt-out

by • 2 years ago

Some states could face paying billions of dollars to recover if their alternative plans fail.

New Hampshire prepares for potential opt-out of FirstNet

by • 2 years ago

The state’s governor launched a committee to evaluate the risks associated with the pursuit of an alternative to FirstNet’s nationwide public safety network.

Agile development helps state government avoid waste, improve project quality, NASCIO report says

by • 2 years ago

A positive assessment of the methodology's use in state IT projects also comes with a set of best practices.

FirstNet launches portal, delivers state plans for public safety network

by • 2 years ago

State officials have their first clear look at the future of public safety communications, but many of the details — including pricing — remain shielded from the public.

TwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditGmail