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Community colleges in New Mexico will be host sites for equipment that will connect all public schools to the Statewide Educational Network, extending access to high-speed Internet to smaller districts.
All state government agencies in New Mexico will need to transition to a fully electric vehicle fleet within the next 12 years under a newly issued executive order from Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.
Plus, New Mexico’s broadband director is retiring, California has a new public broadband services bill and applications are open for the National Digital Inclusion Alliance’s 2023 digital trailblazers program.
A little over a year after becoming head of the state's new broadband division, Director Kelly Schlegel is retiring, with a last day set for the end of this week, the governor’s office has announced.
Spaceport America is positioned to capitalize on the future, according to an economic impact report that highlights its unique competitive advantages: location and a proven track record of successful launches.
Backers think geothermal could power as much as 20% of the U.S. grid. A handful of states approved laws this year and others are considering measures that would provide money and regulations to help the industry.
The Legislature may be able to regulate some portions of artificial intelligence as its use increases, but some experts during a legislative committee hearing say it's unlikely lawmakers can stop it from proliferating.
The New Mexico Department of Information Technology will see leadership changes as state CIO Peter Mantos shifts to a new role focused on governor-led initiatives and special projects.
Under a new state law, the CISO will report to a Cybersecurity Advisory Committee instead of the CIO. The committee will draw from different branches and levels of government.
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.