Report: Municipal broadband environment has gotten 'significantly worse'
The number of municipally run networks has risen, but state lawmakers are also throwing up more roadblocks, according to a new report from BroadbandNow.
Former Iowa CIO takes job in Abilene, Texas
After more than a decade in state CIO roles, Robert von Wolffradt heads to a midsize city in central Texas.
Digital driver's licenses solve problems of convenience and security, officials say
Maryland and Wyoming are wrapping up pilot programs exploring digital, mobile driver's licenses and preparing to offer them to the broader public.
Former school district IT chief named Wyoming's new CIO
Gordon Knopp, who spent nearly 17 years heading technology operations for the state's largest school district, replaces Tony Young.
Wyoming puts 'huge' focus on hosted mainframe upgrade
Wyoming Chief Technology Officer Dan Young says the state can no longer find the workforce to support its legacy infrastructure.
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.