North Dakota

Shawn Riley looks to clean energy and crypto in post-CIO life

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On the Priorities podcast, North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley says he’s excited to work on clean energy and crypto when he leaves government.

Clean energy tech, then Mars, says outgoing North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley

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As he steps down as North Dakota's CIO, Shawn Riley has his sights set on clean energy and, maybe, space exploration.

North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley leaving for crypto-mining outfit

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Shawn Riley, North Dakota’s CIO of six years, is leaving to join the cryptocurrency-mining company Bitzero International.

States bend hiring practices to fill IT, cyber gaps

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Dropping academic requirements and adding "work from anywhere" are on the table for states active in a competitive labor market.

North Dakota 'first' state to launch high-school transcript app

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A state-developed digital credential wallet is now available to North Dakota high school students who want to share their transcripts.

North Dakota's interstate cyber operations center expands to 10 states

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State CISO Michael Gregg said the North Dakota-led interstate cyber operations center could grow to 15 states by the end of the year.

North Dakota’s CTO, the right network capacity at the right cost

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Duane Schell shares how the state has kept networking costs relatively neutral by adding more value to the capacities they are procuring.

Interstate cybersecurity operations center is on the way

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Officials in North Dakota, which organized the initiative, said they expect to have an announcement about the unique organization this year.

North Dakota shares cyberthreat automation tool for Albert sensors

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The state published a "playbook" that officials said other states and localities can use to automate research on new threats.

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