States are designing citizen experience not defined by bureaucratic boundaries, but with ease of access and convenience in mind.
In K-12 and the state government itself, officials are rethinking how they prepare workers for emerging technical jobs.
Mississippi CIO Craig Orgeron says the state is currently revamping its IT job classifications to match the modern technology landscape.
People are increasingly demanding improved digital services and Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers says it's his office's goal to use data to provide that improved service.
Providing citizens excellent digital services starts with consolidating technology assets behind the scenes, says Delaware CIO James Collins.
Adding cloud services to an organization’s technology environment may add complexity, but it also simplifies some tasks, says Virginia CISO Mike Watson.
Texas Chief Information Security Officer Nancy Rainosek says government leaders shouldn’t ignore the details of the technologies they use.
The state is moving its data center and hiring new staff, but maturing its new IT sourcing model takes priority, says Virginia CIO Nelson Moe.
It was through years of preparation and policymaking, Texas CIO Todd Kimbriel tells StateScoop.