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As federal funding for local government cybersecurity comes down through state governments, North Carolina CIO James Weaver explains why it’s essential that projects aren’t just “one and done.”
Former CIO, Washington
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has named WaTech CIO James Weaver to serve as the state’s new IT chief. This is not the first cross-country move for Weaver, who has also served Pennsylvania state government.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused a massive move to telework for government workers and opened up new avenues for hackers to infiltrate systems — and it’s a situation that’s lasting longer than anyone expected.
State CIO James Weaver envisions ways that cloud services and "as-a-service" models can replace legacy IT and help WaTech honor the taxpayer investment in the State Data Center while meeting agencies' needs.
Chief Information Officer Jim Weaver explains the importance of good governance, repeatable business processes and a move to Microsoft Office 365 that will be a crucial first step toward all-around efficiency.
Chief Information Officer Jim Weaver is getting back to basics in Washington state, reshaping IT architecture, ensuring good governance, and emphasizing trust and buy-in from agency stakeholders.
Interim CIO Vikki Smith, who alluded to her imminent departure in a conversation with Government Technology last week, will be succeeded by Pennsylvania Chief Technology Officer James Weaver.