The public library in a small Texas town used an assessment tool that helped officials eventually upgrade equipment—including buying a 3D printer. One community member used it to make a prosthesis.
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Making sure officials know what things like artificial intelligence do is a good starting point, according to a new report.
NASCIO opposes the legislation proposed in 23 states. One company has been vocal in advocating for the bills.
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New research offers some insight into where they could be.
The city has state-scale IT challenges, said Barney Krucoff.
State CIO Bijay Kumar himself comes from the private sector.
The agency is eying an April launch of its security operations center.
Low unemployment across the state poses a threat to talent recruitment.
State and local authorities are responsible for sending and rescinding alerts but FEMA can—and says it will—require the underlying infrastructure be more user-friendly.
Technology solutions come second, said the state’s executive deputy CIO.
Service delivery is the focus of CIO Chuck Grindle’s second year at the IT helm.
Craig Orgeron has embraced the “CIO-as-a-broker” model.
An increasing number of operating systems are available to municipalities looking to streamline data sharing, but a global network wants them thinking about urban resilience as they do.
Are public sector agencies ready take tech collaboration to the next level? Our survey says government officials want to, but don’t know where to start.
One intelligence leader urged a “just get it done, we’ll worry about the consequences later” approach to countering threats on Election Day.
The grants are focused on the effect outages could have on critical infrastructure.
Eight states now have top officials whose job is to keep residents' personal information safe.
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