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.
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.