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Hyperconverged infrastructure has meant major savings for San Mateo County, California, as it bridges the technology divide between its disconnected and affluent cities.
“They really kind of are the unsung heroes of government transformation,” says one industry expert.
Connecticut’s CIO discussed the disaster recovery arrangement at an event in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Employees are an investment, even if they are short term, a reality state CIOs must accept.
“While states weren’t looking, our cities became better governed, better managed places,” said Martin O’Malley, the former governor of Maryland and mayor of Baltimore.
Responding to records requests quickly builds public trust.
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The 30-some officials stressed the need for improved network defense and access to federal resources, during their annual Fly-In to Washington D.C.
Procurement reforms, innovation teams and testing policies are a few recommendations from experts at NASCIO’s midyear conference in Baltimore.
They include hiring by prioritizing values and improving office environments.
Once plagued with traffic problems, Virginia election night reporting now relies on a hosted, cloud-based storage solution.
University students are using analytics to develop government use cases.
New CIOs in 19 states offered fresh perspectives on what’s important heading into next year.
A new report makes the case for reducing government headcounts and stronger CIOs.
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