After seven years with Public CIO, Tod Newcombe moves on to edit Governing magazine
Utah, Michigan and other states try to reduce costs by sharing services.
Web 2.0 can be found everywhere in government, but so far it's no killer app.
New York City CIO Paul Cosgrave outlines new technology initiatives.
Earned value management policies are applied inconsistently, according to U.S. Government Accountability Office.
IT Budgeting and Decision Making: Maximizing Your Government's Technology Investments
CIOs evolve as problem-solvers, not just procurement managers.
New York City CIO Paul Cosgrave outlines tech initiatives.
CIOs manage IT, money, employees and political terrain.
Mayor Adrian Fenty picks outsider for city's top tech position.
Gov. Jay Nixon moves Bryan out of IT and into Natural Resources.
Geospatial applications and services dominate at Gov 2.0 Summit.
Vivek Kundra and Casey Coleman will lead federal data transparency and cloud computing initiatives.
Vivek Kundra IT spending dashboard sets example for states.
Virginia CIO's firing as part of with troubled Northrop Grumman deal could mean trouble for other state outsourcing projects.
Electronic health records are vital to health care's future.
Newly installed Secretary of Technology Leonard Pomata will succeed temporarily as state CIO.
Federal CIO uses social networking to address a key issue in the Obama administration's IT agenda.
Federal deputy CTO writes on how government can use social networking to collaborate more with citizens.
Governments combine data centers to save money.
Vivek Kundra's appointment to CIO post raises stature of Government IT at a critical juncture.
Federal CIO outlines ambitious government IT agenda during NASCIO conference.
Michael Locatis joins elite group of public CIOs involved with economic development.
California chief information security officer Mark Weatherford writes on federal cyber-security.
Maryland, Ohio, Missouri, Arizona get new CIOs.
Ontario County information technology chief cited for his efforts to leverage technology and development.
Recession elevates role of government CIOs and their agenda.
Vivek Kundra's appointment as federal CIO will invigorate federal government IT use.
Paul Cosgrave: New York CIO Performs Under Pressure
Obama's administration plans to transform how we use energy with smart grids.
Annual Public CIO survey shows rising importance of CIO role in government.
Gartner report highlights challenges set by President Obama's policy for government technology.
The Feds' de facto CIO worked hard to set IT standards, pushed e-government.
Consolidating IT and centralizing management contribute to workplace stress.
President-Elect Obama's best candidates for tech czar aren't in federal government or the private sector.
Government IT community's attention is on President-elect Barack Obama's choice for a chief technology officer, but program delivery needs to be high on the federal IT to-do list.
Cloud computing tempts the public sector.
Read Dan Lohrmann's daily blogs covering NASCIO's recent conference.
Perspective changes as CIOs transition between sectors.
Integrating citizen service delivery? Searching for the best model? Look north of the border.
Kapor suggested that Sen. Barak Obama, if elected, should appoint a federal chief technology officer.
Gov. Bill Ritter and CIO Mike Locatis banded together to overhaul Colorado's IT
Business continuity suffers as the "ugly stepchild" of IT security.
CIOs with dual responsibilities may become common as government budgets and the pool of experienced public servants shrinks.
Will e-government be replaced by Gov 2.0?
Gov. Bill Ritter signs legislation that streamlines and centralizes Colorado's fractured and inefficient IT systems.
Lem Stewart outlines how the partnership with Northrup Grumman is faring.
State CIOs showcase innovation.
Right now, the problems are spread unevenly across the states, with a handful in serious trouble.
Dan Lohrmann, Michigan's chief information security officer, named 2008 CSO of the Year by SC Magazine.
Additional OMB leadership needed to improve use of new federal employee identification cards.
New sensing technology from Microsoft allows users to grab information with their hands.
New York City's mayor has vision when it comes to technology.
Brenda Owens, CIO, Florida Department of Law Enforcement