Elections, retirements bring in new state CIOs in 2015
In a tumultuous year for state information technology, more than 20 states welcomed new CIOs due to changes from elections, retirements or resignations.
Paul Baltzell steps down as Indiana CIO
After less than three years on the job, Paul Baltzell is leaving Indiana state government for the private sector. Dewand Neely will replace him next week.
Indiana uses data analytics to try to reduce infant mortality
Infant mortality in Indiana has remained among the highest in the country in recent years. State CIO Paul Baltzell is marshaling big data to identify ways to help.
Inside the Texas vs. Indiana joint hackathon
In a new twist in developing citizen services applications, teams from Indiana and Texas are squaring off in a hackathon to build the best portal or app for the state.
Indiana opens state technology center
Indiana has completed its Management and Performance Hub Technology Center, which aims to bring greater effectiveness, efficiency and transparency to state government by using real-time data technology.
Indiana's Web page honored again
The state website of Indiana, IN.gov, was recently honored with two Silver W3 awards and three Silver Davey Awards by the International Academy of the Visual Arts for outstanding design and usability.
Indiana CIO Paul Baltzell on big data, analytics (VIDEO)
Indiana Chief Information Officer Paul Baltzell discusses big data, data usage and analytics, cutting costs and lessons learned in this interview with StateScoopTV.
Indiana's big data push
Indiana is beginning a big data push this summer, purchasing SAP’s HANA box that will help the state do in-depth analytics in an effort improve the lives of its citizens, Chief Information Officer Paul Baltzell told StateScoop.