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What's Next for State CIOs?

IT leaders from Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and more talk about their priorities.

by / May 25, 2011

Despite a gradually improving national economy, state CIOs remain under pressure to control technology costs. At the same time, they’re facing demands for new tools that make government programs more effective and efficient. Those seemingly conflicting mandates help drive interest in cloud-based solutions, data sharing and IT governance. We asked CIOs attending the NASCIO Midyear Conference earlier this month to tell us about their priorities. Watch the video to hear what they said.

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