The state’s Department of Banking issued an industry notice last week to let state-chartered banks know that they have the authority to provide custody services for virtual currencies, like bitcoin.
The use of telehealth appointments exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the state Medicaid programs that began paying for phone visits are weighing how to proceed as people return to normal appointments.
Gov. Larry Hogan has invested $6.5 million into strategic partnerships through an employment program aimed at boosting information technology, cybersecurity and green jobs training.
Washington state officials say jobless claims in May have spiked, and fraudsters are in the mix. The fraud isn't as severe as it was last year, but criminals will adapt to new security measures, experts say.
A new Information Technology and Innovation Foundation report argues that any U.S. infrastructure plan should bank on digital infrastructure because it offers the greatest long-term social and economic gains.
From the extension of CARES Act funding to dollars from the American Rescue Plan, here’s how state and local government technology leaders can best prepare for and take advantage of new federal funding sources.
An $80 million, state-funded "central computing facility" for state government will be based in the Springfield, Ill., area, according to a news release from the Illinois Capital Development Board Wednesday.
Thanks in part to the testimony of CIO John Quinn, Vermont appears to be moving toward a long-term fund for IT modernization projects. The fund would address several large needs, including an inflexible UI system.
The massive federal stimulus package signed last week by President Biden will bring billions of dollars to state and local governments. Here's what that will mean for technology modernization efforts.
Plus, the National Digital Inclusion Alliance announces its Net Inclusion 2021 Webinar Series programming, a new tech policy clinic at Princeton aims to connect researchers with policymakers, and more.