As the National Association of State Chief Information Officers convenes in National Harbor, Md., Government Technology is there to bring you the latest news from the midyear event.
Privacy Is Key to Modernizing the Citizen Experience
Maryland CIO Michael Leahy said that while updating the way citizens interact with government is a high priority, issues around keeping personal data secure must also be addressed to make any system truly efficient.
Breaking Old Habits and Leveraging New Networks in Colorado
From breaking long-held processes to capitalizing on the benefits of faster networks, Colorado Chief Information Officer Theresa Szczurek shared the challenges and opportunities facing her state.
States Showcase Partnerships for Success
The midyear gathering of the National Association of State Chief Information Officers kicked off today with state technology leaders discussing their crucial relationships with the private sector.
Confronting Washington, D.C.'s Unique Cybersecurity Challenge
Washington, D.C.’s Chief Technology Officer Lindsey Parker says running an effective IT shop relies on good people, strong cyberdefenses and an eye toward bolstering the workforce for the future.
Hard Transformations and 'Soft' Skills
State CIOs discussed not only the risk-taking and strategy involved in making major enterprise-wide changes, but also the people skills and communication tools necessary to create transformation.
Blockchain, Biometrics: Utah Taps New Tech to Serve Citizens
CIO Mike Hussey talks about how the state is looking to streamline customer-facing processes like the transfer of vehicle ownership, as well as internal methods of screening for potential fraud and identity theft.