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Cyber incidents have hit state courts in Alaska, Georgia and Texas in recent years. Court leaders and CIOs at the NCSC eCourts conference this week shared what happened and what they learned from the experiences.
High school students involved with the Georgia 4-H Tech Changemakers program this year worked with local governments and organizations to deliver digital literacy training to a record 5,488 adults.
New limitations on the $7,500 tax credit for those purchasing electric vehicles have gotten the attention of car shoppers — and could have dramatic effects on buying or leasing decisions, according to new research.
Company and government leaders touted new technologies and thousands of jobs as Hyundai Motor Group EV broke ground nearby on a $5.54 billion factory, the South Korean giant’s biggest investment outside its home nation.
As the state makes a big push to the cloud, CIO Shawnzia Thomas explained how replacing Georgia’s 20-year-old ERP platform with a new, standardized solution will help set the stage for the next generation of state staff.
Hyundai Motor Group will hold a ceremonial groundbreaking Tuesday near Savannah for its $5.54 billion “Metaplant,” an electric vehicle factory and the largest economic development project in Georgia history.
Having stepped down earlier this month, Georgia CISO David Allen has been replaced by interim CISO Mike Davis, who returns to the Georgia Technology Authority after a three-year stint with another state agency.
Chief Technology Officer Dmitry Kagansky talks about transitioning the state workforce to a cloud-based future, and outlines the vision for a cloud center of excellence to spread best practices among state agencies.
Through internships and hands-on experience, Georgia CIO Shawnzia Thomas is building a pipeline of new staff for her agency and showing them the value of working in government.
Some 34,000 voting machines and 4,000 ballot scanners are being tested ahead of the November elections. Concerns about election integrity and security have been high despite the lack of evidence of manipulation or errors.