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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.
Lawmakers across the country are increasingly turning their attention to the quickly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. In this piece we run down some of the bills being considered in this space.
Nevada State Parks is modernizing reservation processes with a cloud-based reservation software to simplify the visitor and staff experience. Officials say the state is the last to modernize its reservation system.
County and city governments in Nevada could be on the hook for repaying the state for unused voting machines under a new bill being considered by lawmakers there as of Thursday.
Tens of millions of Americans rely on Medicaid for health care, and to give them quality, consistent care and qualify for federal reimbursement, many states are adopting a modular approach to MMIS.
Secretary of State Cisco Aguilar is asking state lawmakers for approximately $30 million to help aid in establishing a statewide voter registration database that would modernize the way elections are administered.