Northern Virginia city, Virginia Tech plan smart-city test bed
Falls Church, a Washington, D.C., suburb will collaborate with Virginia Tech on a 44-acre smart city site to pilot emerging and connected transportation technologies.
Virginia becomes second state with consumer privacy act
The Consumer Data Protection Act is similar to California's data privacy law, though some say it should also give Virginians an individual right of enforcement.
Virginia selects CGI for $137M procurement modernization
A 10-year contract with CGI is set to add new services to the state's purchasing platform, including collaboration tools to improve communication with vendors.
Virginia announces $29M broadband expansion
Gov. Ralph Northam announced a new round of funding expected to connect nearly 12,000 households in western and northern counties.
Data-sharing is crucial to state pandemic response, officials say
Data-sharing infrastructure largely developed before the pandemic enabled states to act quickly in improving digital services last year, technology officials said.
Virginia building e-referral system to connect hospitals with social services
Virginia will spend $10 million of its CARES Act funding on an e-referral system to connect hospitals to organizations that provide social services like housing, transportation and food.
Virginia CIO discusses the state's remote work investments
Virginia CIO Nelson Moe says the state’s leaders are looking at the long-term impact of their technology investments and the future of work.
Virginia Secretary of Administration Keyanna Conner to resign
Conner, who oversaw radical change in how the state delivers IT services, has announced she'll depart for the private sector next month.
Virginia's new cloud-enabled data center went live
A data center migration is "well ahead of schedule" for its 2022 completion, officials told StateScoop.