Michigan CIO Dave DeVries steps down as new governor takes office
His time with the state caps a career of public service that included 30 years in the Army and work with the federal government.
Digital Acceleration partnership in Michigan is Cisco's first at the state level
An expansive new economy-building partnership focuses on digital workforce, citizen-centric government and connected roadways.
Could a corps of civilian cybersecurity volunteers save state networks?
In response to an ever-growing landscape of cyberthreats, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder formed a Cyber Civilian Corps. Now, one of the group’s leaders sees a national application.
Michigan aims to spur economy through student cyber competition
The state is joining the nationwide effort to get kids involved in computer science and cybersecurity through a high school competition.
National Governors Association launches state cyber policy academy
Five states are slated to participate in the workshop, which aims to help officials develop and implement comprehensive cybersecurity strategies.
Michigan unveils 'city' for testing autonomous cars
As the demand for autonomous vehicles grows, a new initiative out of the University of Michigan aims to find a way to test them safely and efficiently.
Michigan gov. proposes more cybersecurity funding
As attacks on Michigan's systems continue to rise, the governor included a significant boost to cybersecurity funding in his fiscal year 2016 budget.
Michigan health plan enrolls 85,000+ in first week
The Michigan Departments of Community Health and Human Services kicked off enrollment activities to begin providing health care coverage to nearly half a million more Michigan residents April 1.
Michigan CIO gets promotion in wave of personnel changes
Behen was named the director of the Department of Technology, Management and Budget. He will retain his duties of CIO as well.