Elections, retirements bring in new state CIOs in 2015
In a tumultuous year for state information technology, more than 20 states welcomed new CIOs due to changes from elections, retirements or resignations.
One Year In: Pa. rethinks its cloud budgeting plan
Pennsylvania officials had wanted to use a “pay as you go” model for its next generation of cloud services. But the state CIO said that didn’t mesh with how the state budgets funding.
Former CIOs find special bond in state IT community
After they inevitably leave the public sector, former state IT heads find it hard to stay away from the specialized community.
New Pa. CIO plans to reassess, invest, adopt
Weeks into his new job, John MacMillan said he's aligning his IT strategy with the governor’s push to "make government work."
Former Pennsylvania CIO lands at ViON
After departing his post as commonwealth chief Information officer, Tony Encinias has moved into the private sector with a new job at ViON.
Pennsylvania CIO Tony Encinias steps down
John McMillan is slated to lead Pennsylvania's CIO office after Tony Encinias stepped down following election of Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf.
New NASCIO report looks at open data progress
Open data initiatives are advancing at all levels of government in the United States and globally. States and local governments have partnered with industry to create innovative capabilities in delivering data to consumers.
Pennsylvania CISO discusses cloud security in new NASCIO brief
Cloud-based file sharing solutions have become very popular and certainly a growing and significant part of day-to-day computing according to “Capitals in the Clouds Part V: Managing the Risk of Free Cloud Services” an issue brief released by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers.