The state’s “data center 2.0” project is aimed at upgrading infrastructure to make it more secure and resilient. It will also provide a critical foundation for future plans to take advantage of cloud technologies.
Delaware CIO Jason Clarke explains that the challenge of having done so much high-quality tech work for state agencies early in the COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to meet those expectations with the same staff.
Bijay Kumar, Rhode Island’s chief information officer, is looking beyond technology needs related to the pandemic. He’s focused on reducing technical debt and ensuring the long-term stability of state IT.
At the NASCIO Annual Conference in Seattle, state chief information officers explored the challenges they're encountering as they move systems to the cloud and how to navigate them moving forward.
Now a responsive web app, Texas by Texas will soon be available to download in app stores, featuring a single login to access a variety of government services. And CIO Amanda Crawford says there’s more to come.
Technology leaders from Connecticut, Minnesota and Vermont shared their approaches to digital service delivery and developing those services “in a way that brings people in.”
Veteran public chief information officer Bill Kehoe wants to grow and streamline the citizen experience to match what they get in the private sector while also trying to get everyone connected.
At this week’s NASCIO conference in Seattle, Ohio Chief Information Officer Katrina Flory talked about an unexpected effect of the pandemic on IT staff, and how her state is preparing for future staffing needs.
Research finds that the pandemic drastically changed how governments are thinking about AI, and Nevada CIO Alan Cunningham discusses how tools like AI will ultimately make it easier to interact with the state.