The county recently migrated nearly 20 years worth of financial data into a new ERP system, a move officials hope will ensure improved efficiency across financial operations for years to come.
Last week, the Texas Department of Information Resources announced the relaunch of the state’s official website, texas.gov. The new design offers scalability for periods of high demand and a user-friendly layout.
A new collaboration between the Technical College System of Georgia, the Technology Association of Georgia, the state department of education and Amazon Web Services wants to train a future workforce in cloud computing.
Speakers at the Arizona Virtual Digital Government Summit examined how the pandemic tested existing digital infrastructure systems — and how it demonstrated the need for governments to evolve.
Those working to define 5G standards have an opportunity to fix security weaknesses discovered in 4G. They also must tackle the distinct risk landscape presented by next-gen network’s open architecture.
Jason Hebbe has been named as the state's CTO following the departure of Sean Crager. Hebbe brings nearly three decades of information technology experience in government and the private sector.
Coming on the heels of a political scandal and a large cyber attack, Scranton’s recent move to modernize its ERP system is key to rebuilding public trust, ensuring security and bringing city operations up to date.
Rodgers confirmed that June 2 will be his last day as Ohio’s CIO. He will be joining retail company Designer Brands as senior vice president and CIO. Katrina Flory will serve as CIO in an interim capacity.
After serving in an interim capacity since September, Christopher Stewart has been named the city's permanent CIO. Stewart brings 20 years of city experience and succeeds Stephen Elkins, who retired last year.
Newly signed legislation will give Washington state agencies the choice to move to the cloud or continue utilizing the state’s data center. The lawmaker behind the bill says the shift could save the state millions.