How modern IAM solutions help states reduce IT operating costs, improve security
As states continue to promote online citizen services, CIOs see a growing need for a better way to manage user identity and access.
Utah County, Utah, begins review of mobile-app votes
Officials said the participation rate in an August election by overseas voters who used a mobile app was far higher than in-county residents who voted by mail.
Blockchain-encrypted mobile voting comes to Utah
Utah County is the latest jurisdiction to collect ballots using a blockchain-encrypted mobile app that's been tested out in recent elections in West Virginia and Denver.
What state agencies can learn from Utah’s IAM consolidation
Utah shows how centralizing identity and access management saves millions, improves user experience and prepares agencies for more ambitious IT projects.
Utah invests $50 million in connected and autonomous vehicle infrastructure
Officials say they'll work with Panasonic to advance from Utah's current time-saving and efficiency techniques onto roadway technologies that can save lives.
As census deadline looms, GIS leaders seek elections systems upgrades
Election officials can make sure "our democracy functions as it should" by using geospatial technology, experts say on the GIS Addressed podcast.
Election officials say they're adopting a 'security first' mindset heading into 2020
The relationship between state and federal officials has improved, but there are still plenty of challenges in securing election systems across the country, speakers at an NGA conference said.
NASCIO honors Utah Gov. Herbert with Technology Champion Award
The state leader was recognized for his broad contributions to IT in the public sector, including broadband, job-training and digital government initiatives.
Costly 2012 data breach showed Utah importance of tracking inventory
The incident, which cost the state $10 million, led it to adopt a network-monitoring platform that controls which devices can log on.