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North Dakota's CIO wants to automate 20 percent of state government

by • 3 weeks ago

North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley says that by boosting efficiency through the use of technology, the state is "improving lives and inspiring success."

North Dakota names new CISO to lead state's broad cyber operations

by • 1 month ago

The state's technology department announced it's hired Kevin Ford, currently the CISO of a risk-management firm, as it implements a "whole-of-state" approach to cybersecurity.

Web platform, media database drive citizen engagement in North Dakota

by • 1 month ago

Gov. Doug Burgum has announced two state projects that are reportedly saving the state $1 million and improving online experiences for residents.

North Dakota appoints new ‘chief reinvention officer’

by • 3 months ago

Kevin Parker, formerly with the Illinois and Rhode Island state technology offices, will now fill one of the newer designations in North Dakota.

States look to 'citizen as a platform' for data management

by • 4 months ago

Whether calling it ‘citizen as a platform’ or ‘my government, my way,’ states are rethinking data management, putting the citizen at the center.

North Dakota auditor claims state IT division lost more than 200 devices

by • 5 months ago

But the technology office chalks up the "unlocated assets" to recordkeeping quirks.

'Whole-of-state' approach on cybersecurity growing in popularity

by • 7 months ago

State IT agencies play an expanding role in coordinating cybersecurity policy all the way down to the lowest levels of government, speakers said at a National Governors Association conference.

N.D. moves to cloud with 'alignment, efficiency, delivery' strategy

by • 8 months ago

The state's CTO says the three areas of focus will enable a dramatic shift in how the state delivers its IT services.

North Dakota's IT department takes charge of cybersecurity for the entire state

by • 8 months ago

Legislation signed by the governor gives the North Dakota Information Technology Department the broadest security directive of any state IT office.