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South Dakota CIO Pat Snow to remain under new governor

by • 5 days ago

The state's top IT official since April, Snow is one of several current Cabinet officials Gov.-elect Kristi Noem said she plans to keep when she takes office.

Cybersecurity for K-12 could be South Dakota IT's next big move

by • 6 days ago

State CIO Pat Snow says the state is looking to expand its services portfolio in a way few other states have.

South Dakota names state chief technology officer Pat Snow as acting CIO

by • 8 months ago

Snow will serve in an interim capacity through the end of this year following the retirement of longtime CIO William “David” Zolnowsky.

South Dakota's CIO retires after more than 44 years in state government

by • 8 months ago

William “David” Zolnowsky leaves behind a legacy of precision, patience and pragmatism.

South Dakota's modernization success offers a blueprint for state IT everywhere

by • 9 months ago

The state has seen success where others have failed, and its technology leaders says they know — at least partially — why.

Now at the heart of government, CIOs know success is a matter of perspective

by • 9 months ago

Government's chief technologists often find themselves misunderstood and beset on all sides by demands, but they say they wouldn't have it any other way.

Census data, NextGen 911, drones hot issues at 2018 MidAmerica GIS symposium

by • 10 months ago

The MidAmerica GIS Consortium's April event will bring together map makers and geospatial data practitioners from nine states.

How state, local government need to build a cyber resilience strategy for email

by • 1 year ago

Sponsored Content: With an ever-increasing number of threats coming toward state and local government agencies, leaders must think more strategically about cyber resilience.

Housing affordability, open data, analytics key projects for five new What Works Cities members

by • 1 year ago

As the Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative closes in on its goal of providing technical assistance to 100 American cities, five new members share their projects.

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