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As governments nationwide work toward providing digital services via an Amazon-like experience, CIO Greg Lane outlines launching Delaware’s single sign-on solution with a payment portal.
As Delaware confronts some of the perennial — and growing — problems that face state government, it’s turning to cloud transitions and identity management while developing new guidance.
According to the Federal Highway Administration, the grant funding, allocated under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, aims to propel digital construction tools such as computer modeling and 3D design in 10 state DOTs.
Plus, advocates applaud federal efforts to extend the Affordable Connectivity Program, Empire State Development announces the members of its Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee, and more.
The SAFE DE anonymous reporting app is the centerpiece of Delaware’s statewide K-12 emergency preparedness and case management system to prevent suicides and school violence with a crisis help center and other resources.
As Delaware CIO Jason Clarke prepares to depart from his role for a shift to the private sector, Gov. John Carney has nominated Greg Lane, state CTO since 2017, to take on the role.
CIO Jason Clarke explains that with 80,000 registered users able to access more than 80 state applications with a single credential, Delaware is making digital government services easier and more secure for residents.
Plus, more states are holding in-person events to stoke citizen participation in their connectivity work, President Biden's long-delayed fifth FCC commissioner nominee gets a hearing, and more.
Plus, Michigan launches a connectivity listening tour; Kansas announced $45 million in broadband funding for underserved counties; Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser signs digital equity legislation, and more.
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control recently relaunched a consolidated online resource to improve recycling efforts across the state. The tool offers a one-stop shop for residents and industry.