Chicago mayor appoints CIO and CTO amid digital-strategy revamp
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city is going to embark on a new IT modernization strategy, naming two officials to lead the effort.
Election, law enforcement officials launch group to combat threats against voting process
The new Committee for Safe and Secure Elections says it wants to improve coordination between election administrators and law enforcement.
Maryland improves website navigation with analytics data
On the Priorities Podcast, Maryland's Stefanos Ghebrehewariat says the state used its analytics data to inform its new website design.
FedScoop announces the Best Bosses in Federal IT 2022
Scoop News Group is thrilled to announce the 2022 Best Bosses in Federal IT.
Biden signs cyber bill aimed at state and local coordination
The president signed two cybersecurity bills, including one that boosts CISA's coordination with state and local governments.
Inside New Jersey’s data-driven content strategy to boost service delivery
The Garden State used data to drive the redesign of how it delivers business services and information about COVID-19.
Former Virginia CIO Nelson Moe joins IT provider Iron Bow
The move reunites Moe with former Virginia IT official Jonathan Ozovek, who compared their work relationship to "peanut butter and jelly."
Pennsylvania CIO says digital commerce is 'great model' for government transactions
Pennsylvania CIO John MacMillan gave an update on the customer-service overhaul the commonwealth kicked off in 2019.
What mayors interested in cryptocurrency need to think about
On the Priorities Podcast, Brookings fellow Tonantzin Carmona says mayors need to take responsibility around cryptocurrency projects.