How States Get IT Done

State IT governance models tend to fall into three buckets. Here's a look at the national landscape and how a handful of states are set up.

by / July 20, 2017

Fifty states don’t necessarily translate into 50 distinct IT organizational structures, but it could be close. While department names and reporting relationships involving technology vary quite a bit from state to state, research from the Center for Digital Government* reveals that state governance models tend to fall into three buckets: centralized, decentralized (also referred to as federated) or hybrid. Here’s a look at the national landscape and details on how a handful of states are set up.

The Center for Digital Government is part of e.Republic, Government Technology's parent company.

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