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'Anything's doable' in cybersecurity, Oklahoma CISO says

by • 6 days ago

Oklahoma CISO Matt Singleton spoke with StateScoop at the 2022 NASCIO midyear conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

Massachusetts CIO highlights the 'real mission in government'

by • 1 week ago

Massachusetts CIO Curtis Wood spoke with StateScoop at the 2022 NASCIO midyear conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

Sustaining improved public service delivery

by • 4 weeks ago

New York Department of Labor and LexisNexis Risk Solutions highlight how to use automation and identity management to streamline services, improve security and reduce fraud.

Capitalize on new federal funding for expanding broadband services

by • 4 weeks ago

Public sector leaders have an opportunity to bring broadband to the unconnected but can make new funding go further by partnering with broadband experts.

Jennifer Chronis on her move to VMware and a preview of the Public Sector Innovation Summit

by • 2 months ago

Chronis joins Scoop News Group's Francis Rose to discuss why Chronis chose to go to VMware, how the company is partnering with customers and the summit’s theme of “A Holistic Multi-Cloud for Mission Success.”

Enabling digital transformation to improve public health services

by • 2 months ago

How leaders leverage digital technology to improve and innovate how they deliver a wide range of public health services.

Sink or Swim? How to manage the swell of FOIA request

by • 2 months ago

Agencies can leverage workflow automation tools to improve customer experience and interagency communication.

How hyperautomation unleashes the full potential of business processes

by • 2 months ago

MCCi CEO Donny Barstow on improving public services by modernizing business processes and reducing transactional work using hyperautomation.

Enacting data strategies for better state and local decision-making

by • 3 months ago

Tyler Technologies’ Franklin Williams discusses how state and local agencies are using data as a strategic asset to improve outcomes across communities.

Adopting open-source platforms to modernize citizen services

by • 4 months ago

IT leaders from the State of Tennessee, Red Hat and KPMG discuss modernization initiatives to create agile environments to better serve citizen services.

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