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Our annual look back at the headline-grabbing news events of the past 12 months tells the story of government IT shops taking stock of lessons learned from weathering the pandemic and turning toward what's next.
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Chief information officers, security officers, data officers. States, cities, counties. All year we track the public-sector tech leadership changes across the country. Here's who went where in 2022.
As public-sector technology advances, so are the hiring practices of state and local government agencies, many of whom now consider more than just advanced degrees when looking for top talent.
Chief information officers sit at the top of each state's leadership and shape policy, purchasing decisions and hiring practices. Government Technology has analyzed data on hundreds of CIOs since 1994 to see what trends emerge.
From staffing strategies and emerging tech to municipal spending and remote work, here's a data-driven look at the top digital cities nationwide from the Center for Digital Government's annual survey.
Waste collection is an often-underutilized source of municipal data, and in Columbus, integration with city GIS tools help trash pickup not only clean city streets, but enhance customer service.
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