City CIOs gain new titles, 'new brand' following pandemic work
As technology becomes central to more businesses, CIOs are gaining "higher seats at the table," one city leader told StateScoop.
Orlando CIO appointed to deputy CFO role
Former Orlando CIO Rosa Akhtarkhavari takes on a new role as a deputy chief financial officer while the city searches for a new IT leader.
Cities employed new cybersecurity strategies during the pandemic
The massive surges in digital services and remote work have forced city IT leaders to refine and expand their security policies.
5 state and local agencies ink aviation-research deals with NASA
NASA will help agencies develop drone and urban flight strategies as part of a national campaign for more accessible short-distance travel.
Orlando is done testing Amazon's facial recognition software
City officials said they cannot dedicate the resources needed to continue using the much-criticized technology.
Digital service delivery, public safety tools finalists in 'Engaged Cities' awards
Ten finalist cities will compete for three shares of a $200,000 cash prize for work with the public that makes a positive difference in their communities.
Don't be fooled by Orlando city government's website redesign
Officials say it's much more than a "hamburger button."
Orlando police are testing Amazon's facial recognition software again
Privacy advocates continue to criticize the city's exploration of Amazon's Rekognition platform, which has resumed less than two weeks after the end of a controversial pilot.
10 things 'I wish I had known' before the disaster hit
In disasters, government officials are called upon to respond and recover. Here are 10 things wish they had known before jumping into action.