Appealing to new employees while cultivating existing workers.
Author and local government expert Ted Gaebler talks about what it takes to unleash innovation.
The commonwealth is using technology deployed from Medicaid reform to build the platform.
An influx of young lawmakers could lead to better technology investments.
Chief Innovation Officer Adel Ebeid describes city efforts to promote and sustain innovation-oriented activities.
State CIO Steven Emanuel talks about Hurricane Sandy's impact on critical state computer systems and lessons learned from the event.
Oklahoma lawmakers and CIO collaborate to make state IT consolidation work.
By letting the public test unfinished websites and apps, agencies are completing projects faster and more cheaply.
Gov. Rick Snyder supports IT as fundamental.
Motorola CTO Paul Steinberg predicts a future where public safety technology is smart and wearable.
Michigan budget director says failure to reach a deficit reduction deal could trigger turmoil.
Unprecedented data operation was a major factor in the president’s re-election.
Veteran CIO Dugan Petty talks about the importance of thinking big.
At the 2012 NASCIO Annual Conference in San Diego, CIO Kristin Russell discussed the deployment to 26,000 state employees.
You still have to cover the basics, but adding some of these state-of-the-art features might earn you bragging rights, and more important, the gratitude of your citizens.
Some worry terrorists could shut down the economy with the click of a mouse.
Best of the Web winners know how to interact with citizens.
Teamwork and information sharing between the private and public sector can reduce security woes.
Mobile data, video analytics, license plate recognition and remote monitoring for police and fire.
Physical and virtual activities are closely intertwined for many citizens, so government is taking up more social media.
The nation’s top state and local government CIOs share their thoughts about the cloud.
State and local CIOs say government is doing a good job of collecting and publishing data, but the next step is using it to affect decision-making.
State and local CIOs discuss the future of social media in government.
Recent legislation imposes new IT rules that promote open source software and open data plans.
At the NASCIO Midyear Conference in Baltimore, state CIOs discussed the need to redefine what IT infrastructure means and how to pay for it.
Governor proposes shifting California Technology Agency into a consolidated administrative agency.
A new GovTech Exchange poll says purchasing rules can block shared services and emerging technologies.
Collaboration and social media are also grabbing government attention.
Pat Shier's background as head of retirements and benefits division guides his latest task of leading Enterprise Technology Services.
Some cities have switched to the cloud with ease, but others have been tripped up by outdated security policies.
David Taylor discusses Florida’s move to a private cloud.
Technology leaders share advice and insight about the job.
Despite the hype, most state CIOs don't anticipate that government data centers will disappear anytime soon.
State CIOs talk about how they're coping with an explosion of personal computing devices in the office.
A team of scientists is proposing to bring nuclear power to what unusual location?
Jerry Fralick talks about managing expectations and supporting more federal-state collaboration.
State CIOs talk about changes they would make if they could.
State CIOs are committed to cloud computing with the right precautions.
IT leaders from Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and more talk about their priorities.
Japan’s recent disasters remind us that disaster planning and response are vital.
Texas county CIO discusses new initiatives including enterprise technology.
The changing political landscape may also mean new chief information officers are appointed.
Doers, Dreamers and Drivers for 2009 pioneered new uses of technology in government.
Debra Bowen: California Secretary of State Rocks the E-Vote
CIOs from Utah, Michigan and California discuss their efforts.
Agencies should use XML to feed innovative third-party sites, paper recommends.
Fail fast and fail small: CIO Teri Takai says state must manage project risks more effectively.
Veteran CIO balances the needs of millennials and elderly citizens.
Khanna says investment is needed to meet 21st-century government needs.
Government Technology releases its annual list of 'Doers, Dreamers and Drivers.'
Magazine will tackle job critical issues in 2008.
Honorary Chair, IPv6 Task Force Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google Inc.
Houston CIO Richard Lewis discusses the state of technology in Texas' largest city.
City Manager Skip Noe shares how Corpus Christi became a municipal wireless pioneer.
Eric Garcetti, President, Los Angeles City Council