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Connecting state and local government leaders

This is part of a series of interviews conducted during the 2019 National Association of State Chief Information Officers’ Annual Conference.

Route Fifty spoke with Connecticut’s chief information officer, Mark Raymond about the state’s IT service models and change they are considering making (0:19), his aspirational leadership style (1:13), how the state is upping its cybersecurity game (2:53) and how Connecticut is working to personalize and digitize government services (5:44).

Alisha Powell Gillis is a senior editor at Route Fifty

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