Virginia CIO Nelson Moe is helping the Commonwealth turn the page and reinvent its IT infrastructure.
Kirk Lonbom takes the helm at critical time for Illinois’ revitalized Department of Innovation and Technology.
IoT, autonomous vehicles, or analytics—CIO Stu Davis is thinking about how to handle a future awash in data.
At NASCIO's 2017 Annual Conference, Symantec SE Director Steve Carlson spoke about the challenges and concerns state CIOs and agencies face in moving to the cloud, and the new products, strategies and technology they can look forward to.
Wisconsin CIO David Cagigal talks about how tech is forcing statewide decisions.
Erik Avakian, Pennsylvania’s chief information security officer, may be a new breed of ‘black swan’: the optimistic cybersecurity professional.
WATCH: As Michael Cockrill leaves public service, he reflected with Route Fifty on rebranding ‘public service’ and how purchasing IT is fundamentally changing.
WATCH: Yejin Cooke, NASCIO’s director of government affairs, is getting the word out on why federal data security rules are holding back innovation—and even security itself—at the state level.
Hoosier State’s CIO Discusses Delivering a ‘Great Service to the Citizens of Indiana at a Great Value’
WATCH: Dewand Neely may not have intended to start a career in government, but has found a calling in helping deliver citizen-centric services and solve some of the nation’s most difficult problems.
“When we say as a state, ‘who are our users?,’ we have to segment users out,” according to Georgia’s chief digital officer.
WATCH: As he returns to his home state, Dave DeVries discusses taking a leadership role in state government after a prestigious federal IT career.
WATCH: The state’s IT secretary, Darryl Ackley, discusses the huge decisionpoint for states on building a nationwide public safety broadband network, and his focus on “trying to future-proof” his agency.
From purchasing and cybersecurity to critical communications for emergency response, Rahming and Nevada are pushing state IT forward on a number of fronts.
States have to think creatively to attract and retain the talent they need to respond to cyberattacks and other threats.
Cloud computing has made many state’s assess their legacy applications and systems.
“If agile is going to work, it’s going to be because of the team, not the management,” according to Denis Goulet, New Hampshire’s CIO and Department of Information Technology commissioner.
Through the efforts of their national associations, state CIOs and procurement officers are learning how to read from the same sheet music.
A look at the association representing state government IT executives ahead of their meeting in Texas’ capital city next week.
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