Public Technology Institute

Cities, counties unenthused by 'smart' projects in 2020, survey shows

by • 5 months ago

According to survey data released by the Public Technology Institute, just 10% of local government CIOs believe “smart” initiatives are met by agency leaders with enthusiasm.

Slow internet, poor preparation plague local governments amid pandemic

by • 5 months ago

Local government IT leaders say they're facing a raft of issues as they work remotely, which they expect to continue managing for many months more.

Most local CIOs bracing for budget cuts, survey finds

by • 6 months ago

About half of local IT leaders polled by CompTIA expect budget cuts in 2020, but COVID-19's effect on government spending will ripple for years.

CIOs face challenges if coronavirus forces government to go remote

by and • 8 months ago

While telework is easier than ever, government's IT systems could be tested as workers are being ordered to work remotely amid fears of the new coronavirus.

Ransomware solution? Outsource all IT, says local government expert

by • 1 year ago

The head of the Public Technology Institute says it's time for small and midsize local governments to admit they're outmatched.

The 5 most challenging IT tasks facing local governments

by • 2 years ago

Commentary: From cybersecurity to time management, PTI's Dale Bowen shares what IT leaders from across the country are saying about their toughest tasks.

Salary constraints, lack of qualified applicants top local government IT workforce woes

by • 2 years ago

Ninety-two percent of local governments said in a recent survey they struggle to find IT staff with the necessary skills.

Public Technology Institute to become part of CompTIA

by • 2 years ago

The association for city and county IT officers will become part of the larger training and certification organization for technology officials.

Radio, 911 upgrades top priorities for county law enforcement

by • 2 years ago

In an infographic from Public Technology Institute, county law enforcement agencies report radio communications as the top priority over the next five years.