Tags Shared Services

Oakland County, Mich., CIO Phil Bertolini retires

by • 2 months ago

Known for his dedication to public service and a focus on getting people to cooperate across jurisdictional boundaries, the 30-year IT veteran steps down.

Los Angeles ditches mainframe for California's data center

by • 7 months ago

The city has signed a three-year $10.5 million deal that officials say will free it from legacy infrastructure that is weighing down progress.

Employee engagement, cost benefit key to shared services discussions

by • 8 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.

Sense of duty drives Washington state's new CIO

by • 11 months ago

"We can't lose sight" of what this job is about, says incoming CIO James Weaver.

Philadelphia revamps website amid effort to digitize more city services

by • 1 year ago

A facelift to the city's website provides residents an easier user experience, but the city is still working on building a "digital city hall" as officials continue to bring analog services online.

'Connected Government Cloud' bridges disparate data in Utah DOT

by • 1 year ago

State transportation officials told StateScoop the days of asking questions are over, and the data needed for definite and immediate answers is now at the ready.

How Louisiana saved $70 million with IT consolidation efforts

by • 1 year ago

By centralizing its IT services, the state of Louisiana not only saved tax-payer dollars, but also improved how citizens and government workers use its system.

Data privacy audit in Seattle reveals a city getting most things right

by • 2 years ago

The Future Privacy Forum gives the city high marks for privacy leadership, program management and data quality.

Michigan strives for service simplicity with MiPage

by • 2 years ago

The state's evolving quest to build a single integrated app for all state services is both ambitious and emblematic of government's drive to match the private sector.

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