Process is key for state IT, technology leaders say
State IT leaders from Tennessee and Oklahoma said focusing heavily on processes helped them succeed in their statewide IT consolidations.
Oklahoma latest to buy mobile 'panic buttons' for schools
The state is spending $3 million to outfit more than 500 districts with mobile public safety tech used in a growing number of schools around the country.
States still need more money for election security, report says
A paper by New York University's Brennan Center for Law and Justice sounds a familiar refrain in states' push to fund election security efforts.
Oklahoma's IT division to be audited amid potential restructuring
The state's new chief operating officer says the governor's office isn't suspicious, but wants to better understand where the division's money is going.
Oklahoma server exposes information on FBI investigations and AIDS patients
An Oklahoma Securities Commission server containing decades of sensitive information sat unprotected, researchers discovered.
Award program seeking community-led transformation opens for second year
Cities of Service has announced its "Engaged Cities Award" program is coming back in 2019.
Tulsa's strides with data-driven decisions earn a global civic engagement award
The Oklahoma city joins winners from Italy and Colombia in what Michael Bloomberg calls "the best" examples of civic engagement.
Tulsa is using data to write the next chapter of its history
Commentary: Tulsa, Oklahoma Mayor G.T. Bynum says the city's Urban Data Pioneers program is creating progress around policy areas like housing, public health and education.
Bill allowing 'ballot selfies' vetoed by Oklahoma governor
But the state legislature has the votes to override Gov. Mary Fallin's objections echoing election law experts that social media photos of completed ballots can lead to voter intimidation.