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Former CTO Matt Van Syckle has taken a new job with private-sector firm KWR Strategies LLC. An interim CTO has been named as the state looks to fill the role.
Partnership with ImpactEd for professional development software is the latest step in Montana’s ongoing plan to address low math and reading scores for elementary and middle school students.
The redesigned platform — believed to be the first of its kind at launch — enhances how residents, businesses and governments can access and view statewide land ownership data. Mobile performance and print functions are also improved.
Lewis and Clark County commissioners have approved seeking a federal grant to replace courthouse cameras not compliant with the National Defense Authorization Act. The devices are considered susceptible to online attacks.
Montana State University will spend a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation on major upgrades to computer systems used for research in quantum science, large data analysis and artificial intelligence.
Montana University System’s partnership with Instructure will reach all 11 higher education institutions by fall 2025, covering 147,000 square miles and 40,000 students.
Blackfoot Communications, based in Missoula, recently announced the completion of a six-year project to install over 380 miles of fiber-optic cable on the Flathead Reservation in the St. Ignatius area.
As Montana searches for a new CISO, the man leaving the position, Andy Hanks, will be working to improve the cybersecurity of small government agencies nationwide.
Energy-hungry cryptocurrency mining operations have caught the attention of state and federal lawmakers. While some welcome the operations, others are taking a more critical look at what they bring to the table.
Gov. Greg Gianforte signed a bill this week stiffening penalties for drone operators that interfere with aerial wildfire suppression efforts. Violators could face a criminal misdemeanor, up to 6 months in jail and hefty civil fines.