Steve Nichols

Locals' .gov adoption is getting better, but still slow

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More local governments have moved to the top-level domain since CISA waived a $400 fee, but there's still a long way to go, writes Georgia's former CTO.

Georgia CTO Steve Nichols steps down after 20 years

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Steve Nichols, who was hired as Georgia's chief technology officer in 2002 and served five CIOs, is joining the consulting firm Gartner.

Georgia’s CTO on taking a cloud-first posture to minimize technical debt

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The state is shifting its cloud posture after the expense and fragility of its VPN-approach to connecting to on-prem data centers reached a tipping point, shares CTO Steve Nichols.

Favoring flexibility, more states pursue multi-sourced IT models

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Virginia's single-provider contract with Northrop Grumman is the last of a dying breed in government.

Lessons learned from Georgia's IT outsourcing efforts

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It’s been a little more than four years since Georgia outsourced almost all of its information technology infrastructure and telecommunications in a bold move aimed at reducing risk and modernizing technology for the state’s IT enterprise.

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