North Carolina CIO Keith Werner steps down
After more than six years with the state, North Carolina's technology chief will evaluate new opportunities in the private sector.
Trump's UN ambassador pick spells uncertainty for South Carolina CIO
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's move to the United Nations could prompt the appointment of a new state technology leader.
Meet the StateScoop 50 GoldenGov Nominees: North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory
In this Q&A, StateScoop introduces StateScoop 50 GoldenGov nominee Pat McCrory, the governor of North Carolina.
North Carolina planning IT restructuring
A new proposal aims to bring greater efficiency and effectiveness to the state’s use of IT.
North Carolina launches emergency information app
North Carolina has released a new mobile applications aimed at helping residents in emergency situations from minor traffic accidents to severe storms.
CIO: North Carolina tech all about ABCs
With support for Microsoft Windows XP going offline in April of next year, Chris Estes, North Carolina’s Chief Information Office, is challenged as to what to do with its 42,000 computers that run the operating system.
Analysis: North Carolina’s road to long-term success
This year, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory made it clear that the state’s reliance on quick fixes is over and that his goal is to begin focusing on long-term reparations to ensure the state’s ability to provide for its citizens.
NC launches CIO innovation center
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory and Chief Information Officer Chris Estes recently announced the development of an “Innovation Center” that will be fully operational and open to visitors in the next few months.