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States look to 'citizen as a platform' for data management

by • 4 days ago

Whether calling it ‘citizen as a platform’ or ‘my government, my way,’ states are rethinking data management, putting the citizen at the center.

Digital government's challenges are rarely technical

by • 2 months ago

According to the CIOs of Delaware and New Hampshire, advancing digital government is often a matter of convincing other state officials it's a good idea.

Data analysis, machine learning attract states to the cloud

by • 3 months ago

With the new capabilities cloud computing presents, IT agencies can protect themselves better and do more with data, guests say on StateScoop's Priorities podcast.

Know your environments before consolidation, say state IT chiefs

by • 5 months ago

On Season 4, Episode 1 of Priorities, top tech officials from Kansas and Arkansas share challenges and goals of centralizing and outsourcing IT functions.

California needs modernization for cloud success, CTO says

by • 6 months ago

On the Priorities podcast, California CTO Richard Rogers says that the state needs a modernization and workforce strategy for true adoption of cloud.

Employee engagement, cost benefit key to shared services discussions

by • 6 months ago

On the latest Priorities episode, Vermont's John Quinn explains how close collaboration has improved buy-in and impact for the state's shared services.

CIOs should use governance, cost savings to urge collaboration

by • 7 months ago

On an episode of the Priorities podcast, state IT leaders say governance that forces cost savings and collaboration is most effective.

State CIOs need to change culture around data sharing

by • 7 months ago

On the latest episode of the Priorities podcast, Illinois CIO Jack King and Utah CIO Mike Hussey offer steps to better data use and sharing.

As states consolidate, customer relationships matter more

by • 7 months ago

On StateScoop's Priorities podcast, NASCIO's executive director says as more states consolidate IT, customer service has become more important to CIOs.

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