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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.
The New Mexico state Regulation and Licensing Department has mailed letters informing customers of a cyber breach in October that potentially exposed personal information in about 225,000 accounts.
Plus, New Mexico directs $36.8 million in grants through an Internet expansion pilot program, Nebraska nets $5.6 million in federal awards for boosting broadband, a report details Chicago digital divide progress, and more.
New Mexico state officials and advocates of early childhood programs are touting a new online search tool that aims to connect families across the southwestern state with high-quality child care.
In his first few months as New Mexico CIO, Peter Mantos is looking to create templates for data governance that will help state agencies better handle the sensitive information they collect about residents.
This week, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed an executive order that establishes a new Cybersecurity Planning Committee to guide the state. The group will include officials from state, local and tribal government.
Plus, Georgia allocates $240 million toward broadband grants; the Public Library Association is hosting digital literacy workshops at 160 libraries; every state has applied for the Internet for All Initiative; and more.
Plus, New Mexico has a new leader for its state broadband team; Baltimore is restructuring its digital equity work; FCC leadership is proposing an increase for minimum broadband speeds; and more.
Before the pandemic, remote work — spurred by the demands of young, tech-savvy professionals who didn't see the point of being tied to a particular location — was gaining traction in the private sector.
More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, some New Mexico state employees who have been allowed to work from home are being told to come back to the office, and remote work is no longer being touted in job postings.