State leaders say net neutrality repeal could upend equitable service delivery
As the nation waits for the FCC to register its final ruling, some state leaders plan for potential disruptions to government services.
Digital driver's license pilots target accessibility, security
Four states are testing new features on a mobile technology that could someday replace traditional identification cards.
Wyoming appoints Arlen Fletcher to expanded CISO role
In November, the Gonzaga University security director will join the state as it strengthens security oversight within the office of the chief information officer.
States cite network coverage concerns as FirstNet comments period closes
As more states join the nationwide public safety network, some undecided states share concerns that AT&T's current coverage won't be enough.
State CIOs, GIS leaders spot opportunity in greater collaboration
If state chief information officers and geospatial information officers collaborate more on data analytics, states could see big benefits, experts say.
NASCIO announces winners of annual recognition awards
The awards ceremony highlighted twelve “exemplary” initiatives underway in states across the country in eleven categories.
Wyoming governor names deputy chief of staff state CIO
Tony Young, Gov. Matt Mead’s current deputy chief of staff, will start as Wyoming’s chief information officer September 26, StateScoop has learned.
Wyoming CIO to step down, heads to Google
Flint Waters is leaving for Google, after more than five years as CIO for Wyoming, where he shepherded the state through a migration to Google for Work.
State CIO group announces finalists for annual awards program
The winners of NASCIO's annual state IT recognition awards will be announced at the group's annual conference in Orlando.