Shawn Riley

What role should innovation play in states’ pandemic response?

by • 3 months ago

North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley and Utah CIO Mike Hussey said new technologies and ideas helped their states prepare for the pandemic and will continue to aid their responses.

Pandemic put states' digital modernization efforts in the spotlight

by • 6 months ago

CIOs' aspirations to improve government services and automate workflows are suddenly being tested by a global health crisis few were prepared to face.

Coronavirus tests states' cybersecurity, IT supply chains

by • 7 months ago

With governors around the country ordering their workforces to perform duties remotely, CIOs face new logistical problems.

North Dakota's CIO wants to automate 20 percent of state government

by • 11 months ago

North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley says that by boosting efficiency through the use of technology, the state is "improving lives and inspiring success."

North Dakota names new CISO to lead state's broad cyber operations

by • 12 months ago

The state's technology department announced it's hired Kevin Ford, currently the CISO of a risk-management firm, as it implements a "whole-of-state" approach to cybersecurity.

States look to 'citizen as a platform' for data management

by • 1 year ago

Whether calling it ‘citizen as a platform’ or ‘my government, my way,’ states are rethinking data management, putting the citizen at the center.

'Whole-of-state' approach on cybersecurity growing in popularity

by • 1 year ago

State IT agencies play an expanding role in coordinating cybersecurity policy all the way down to the lowest levels of government, speakers said at a National Governors Association conference.

On cybersecurity, North Dakota wants to 'change the conversation completely'

by • 2 years ago

In a highly-connected rural state, North Dakota's top IT officials are trying to usher in policies that could change how state government thinks about security.

IT consolidation advances in North Dakota with legislators' approval

by • 3 years ago

Senior technology officials say they've received permission to begin one of state government's trickiest tasks.