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Jason Benshoof, Nevada’s first-ever state chief data officer, said teamwork among agencies will help keep data initiatives in line with community priorities. A state staffer since 2009, he was named CDO Feb. 12.
Jason Benshoof, the former chief IT manager of the Client Services Unit in the Nevada Office of the CIO, will lead the state’s data governance efforts as CDO. A longtime Nevada executive, he will also develop and implement a statewide data plan.
A District Court judge postponed ruling on whether to bar end-to-end encryption for minors using Meta’s Messenger app, deciding that she first must determine if her court has jurisdiction.
As part of the Internet for All project, which aims to connect Americans to affordable high-speed Internet, a special program will bring new connections to Nevada homes and businesses.
During the time that Nevada CIO Timothy Galluzi has been serving in the CIO role, he has witnessed the value of collaboration and partnership in guiding state IT. Galluzi has been the state’s IT leader since 2022.
As Government Technology reflected on another year in the books, we asked state CIOs: What stood out for you in 2023?
Electric cars are making a dent in Las Vegas' air pollution, but charging infrastructure is still limited and drivers statewide aren't adopting the technology fast enough to reach emissions goals.
Nevada CIO Timothy Galluzi details a recent organizational change that acknowledges technology as the “great enabler” of state government, positioning his team to be a more strategic partner to other departments.
A newly announced partnership between the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation and Coursera will provide no-cost workforce training to unemployed and underemployed Nevadans.
Legislation authored by Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nev., will see $43.5 million in federal funding sent to the state. The money will fund the Internet expansion to schools, libraries, community centers, and government offices.