North Dakota hires new chief customer success officer
Amundson, a former director of a health software company, will be tasked with integrating technology into the state’s business procedures.
North Dakota CISO Kevin Ford to take lead cyber role with Esri
North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley credited Ford for his role in a cybersecurity consolidation process that's included nearly every part of the state's public sector.
North Dakota IT audit to include review of election tech
State Auditor Joshua Gallion said the routine technology audit will not be like the recent ballot reviews seen in Arizona and other states.
North Dakota’s IT offices could shrink by 80%, CIO says
North Dakota spends millions on office space, including a major facility currently going largely unused by the IT agency, but that could change, the state's top technology official said.
State IT workforce challenges? Change your messaging, say CIOs
Government can't compete with the pay offered by the private sector, but it can offer a sense of purpose, says North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley.
North Dakota urges residents to take free cyber risk assessments
The state's cybersecurity education program now includes a free risk assessment tool that scores users on the risk level of their computing environments.
With mainframe support scarce, North Dakota turns to Latvia
After a decade of trying to generate local talent, North Dakota has turned to Eastern Europe for additional mainframe support.
NASTD names new member leadership
An announcement usually made at the group's annual fall conference was replaced this year by a quiet updating of its website.
North Dakota covers schools' entry fees for national cyber competition
The state's IT agency will cover entry fees for up to 25 schools interested in joining the U.S. Air Force's nationwide CyberPatriot competition.