Cloud driving greater data efficiency, state officials say
Cloud migration has helped agencies in Virginia and Maryland to more efficiently and securely manage large data sets.
Former Virginia IT official to lead industry group's push into state affairs
Dan Wolf, former deputy CIO of Virginia, will lead the Alliance for Digital Innovation's efforts to promote state-government modernization.
Virginia government worker sentenced for $1.8M pandemic fraud scheme
An ex-employee of a state board was sentenced 70 months for using her access to government databases to file phony unemployment claims.
Virginia completes migration to cloud-enabled data center
The last of 65 commonwealth agencies have finished their moves to a new cloud-ready data center, leaving Virginia's old data facility empty.
Arlington, Va., shakes up IT leadership as longtime CIO steps aside
Jack Belcher, the D.C. suburb's longtime CIO, is moving into the new role of chief technology information officer.
Virginia’s new CIO targets cyber, ‘smart growth’
Robert Osmond, Virginia's new chief information officer, said he's using a strategy of "smart growth" as he drafts a new IT roadmap.
Virginia IT administrative officer to leave agency
Dan Wolf, the Virginia Information Technologies Agency's administrative officer and chief of staff, is leaving the agency after five years.
Virginia public defenders get time-saving tool for scanning body cam videos
Public defenders in Virginia will soon begin training with JusticeText, a platform that during testing halved evidence discovery times.
Cyber incident reporting law takes effect in Virginia
A new law gives all agencies and local governments 24 hours to report cybersecurity incidents to Virginia's fusion center.