How Pennsylvania is taking tech modernization 'to a new level'
Through use of the state's data stores and building new relationships, Pennsylvania CIO John MacMillan says agencies are finding value.
State's voting machines pose 'clear and present danger,' warns Pennsylvania election security commission
In a new report, the body urges the state to replace its touchscreen-based machines with those producing paper ballots as soon as possible.
Pennsylvania's 'Keystone Login' aims to please, securely
The unique portal is designed to provide users an online shopping-like experience that can also integrate with social media and identity proofing.
Pennsylvania's James Weaver named Washington state CIO
After spending nearly 30 years in IT roles in Pennsylvania state government, Weaver will now head Washington Technology Solutions.
Pennsylvania election security commission releases initial report
The preliminary findings of a University of Pittsburgh panel convened in May include a familiar recommendation: buy machines with paper trails.
State CISO job portfolios are growing faster than their offices
Chief information security officers are taking on more and more aspects of the "broker" approach that CIOs have, arguing for bigger budgets and farming out what can't be accomplished in-house.
Cities and towns do not like the 5G bill slipping through Pennsylvania's legislature
The bill would put strict caps on what municipal utilities could charge phone companies to install small-cell antennas.
Pennsylvania's opioid 'codeathon' invites public to save lives with technology
Coders, designers and data wonks are encouraged to join from around the state in three cities this September.
Pennsylvania, Colorado, federal DOT add services to Gov2Go app
Since its launch last fall, the one-stop government services app has slowly added new services in a growing number of locations around the country.