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On cybersecurity, North Dakota wants to 'change the conversation completely'
In a highly-connected rural state, North Dakota's top IT officials are trying to usher in policies that could change how state government thinks about security.
North Dakota hires first chief data officer
Dorman Bazzell, who spent 30 years in the private sector, will oversee the state's enterprise information management and software development programs.
North Dakota CIO asks lawmakers for 37 additional cybersecurity staff
If the $12 million request is fulfilled, it would more than quadruple the size of the technology agency's cybersecurity team.
North Dakota tackles cybersecurity workforce shortage with K-12 partnership
State CIO Shawn Riley says a new partnership with a national educational resources program is how his state will "lead the way" as states seek to attract and retain top IT talent.
North Dakota IT team wins 'hackfest' by developing helpful chatbots
"There's nothing more friendly than a chat window," one member of the winning team told StateScoop.
NGA invites five states to smart communities learning lab
Leaders from Colorado, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota and Virginia will head to Chicago in October to compare notes on statewide connected technology programs.
North Dakota hires state's first 'chief reinvention officer'
In support of Gov. Doug Burgum's stated mission to "reinvent government," the technology office has hired a former Amazon user experience manager to fill the role.
Data dashboard tweaks earn North Dakota prize in Microsoft hackfest
North Dakota’s Information Technology Department beat out six other teams from Texas, Minnesota and Indiana.
IT consolidation advances in North Dakota with legislators' approval
Senior technology officials say they've received permission to begin one of state government's trickiest tasks.