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The Maryland Department of Information Technology has hired four executives for new tech roles, including its first-ever chief technology officer. The state has also hired a new chief information security officer.
At the NASCIO Midyear Conference, Maryland CIO Katie Savage said the state is still early on in its use of generative AI, gathering and cleaning data and building models to make it an effective tool for government.
Digital Defense Director Katie Savage was tapped to serve as the state's secretary of information technology in a series of cabinet appointments made on Friday by Maryland Gov.-elect Wes Moore.