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New Virginia CIO to bring new vision, strategy to state

by • 5 years ago

Virginia's new CIO, Nelson Moe, says he's developing a new strategy that reconsiders the state's IT outsourcing arrangement and puts new focus on the business needs of state agencies.

Former U.S. House CIO tapped to run Virginia's IT agency

by • 5 years ago

Nelson Moe, the former chief information officer for the U.S. House of Representatives, will start as the new CIO of Virginia June 8, according to a release from the governor’s office.

Action Jackson: Virginia's TechSec pushes forward

by • 5 years ago

Virginia Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson is leading an energized group of state technology leaders focused on using their four years in office to bring great change to the commonwealth.

Virginia accepting entries for 2014 Governor's Technology Awards

by • 6 years ago

The Virginia Information Technologies Agency is now accepting entries for the 2014 Governor’s Technology Awards, which for the past 17 years have recognized the success of public sector information technology projects.

Jackson named next Virginia secretary of technology

by • 6 years ago

Virginia Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe has selected Karen Jackson to be his secretary of technology, maintaining a sense of continuity in Virginia’s technology leadership.

Virginia names Governor's Technology Award Winners

by • 6 years ago

The annual Governor's Technology Awards were presented to honorees in 10 categories at a special ceremony today at the Commonwealth of Virginia Innovative Technology Symposium (COVITS) in Richmond.

Virginia CIO highlights IT progress

by • 7 years ago

Virginia Chief Information Officer Sam Nixon highlights the state's technology efforts related to procurement, public safety, cybersecurity and internal IT services in a new video created by his agency, the Virginia Information Technologies Agency.

Virginia launches new virginia.gov

by • 7 years ago

The commonwealth of Virginia has launched a redesigned website,virginia.gov, including a mobile alternative.

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