Election cyberattacks grow with each new candidate, Utah CIO says
Utah Chief Information Officer Mike Hussey says the state is coordinating and practicing for cyberattacks against election systems, which are escalating.
‘30 percent’ of Illinois state IT workforce eligible to retire
State CIO Ron Guerrier says it’s a problem seen in many states, and one that’s prompted him to explore new recruitment methods.
How to adapt to changing customer expectations
The L.A. Metro built an engagement layer into their regional transit card’s backend system that opened up new service options in a dynamic environment.
‘10 percent’ of Nebraska IT’s workforce is new graduates
State CIO Ed Toner says his key to keeping the state’s technology workforce fresh has been strong partnerships with local colleges.
Indiana CIO Dewand Neely to step down
After 15 years with the state, the chief information officer said he's found another role with a local nonprofit that he thinks will sate his need for public service.
Colorado CIO Theresa Szczurek shares her three WIGs
From blockchain to firewall migration, the state’s top technology official is managing a lot. Here are her top three “wildly important goals.”
Missouri CIO says creativity is needed to address workforce challenges
With not enough funding for new positions or training to keep up with technological changes, state CIO Mike Cheles encourages new tactics.
Indiana chosen for National Guard's latest cyber battalion
The country's fifth cyber battalion will provide a "larger blanket of protection" against the United States' adversaries.
State IT workers should adopt 'consultant' mindset, Tennessee CIO says
Stephanie Dedmon told NASCIO's 2019 conference that her staff needs to focus on customer needs, not just the tech.