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North Carolina

From benefits and payroll to performance management and policy, government HCM systems must be up to the task of tracking, monitoring and consolidating personnel data in a digital world.
A new proposal put forward by the state’s Department of Transportation takes aim at reducing pollution by promoting use of electric vehicles and encouraging transit and non-motorized ways of getting around.
University professors are grappling with the implications of students having access to ChatGPT, an AI chatbot that can write about anything from cookie recipes to computer coding to Jane Austen's literary techniques.
North Carolina has been awarded $10.4 million by the U.S. Department of Transportation to increase mobility and transportation options in rural areas, expanding the reach of innovative transit concepts like on-demand service.
North Carolina Chief Risk Officer Rob Main announced his retirement from state government Dec. 31, ending a five-year run with the state's information technology department. He was appointed to the position in October 2021.
In the recently released 2022 Invest in What Works State Standard of Excellence analysis, eight leading states were recognized for their work with data and evidence to guide policymaking decisions.
North Carolina CIO Jim Weaver and former Washington CISO Vinod Brahmapuram explain obstacles and tips and tricks for states looking to better collaborate with local partners and extend cybersecurity support statewide.
More than $30.1 million from the N.C. Volkswagen Settlement Program will be distributed by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to fund 161 new school buses across the state.
Nearly a year after the state passed a law making it illegal to pay cyber criminals to regain access to encrypted systems, not everyone is convinced the ban is going to put a dent in the number of cyber attacks in the state.
Research at Duke, North Carolina State and UNC have made the state a hot spot for innovations that could yield advances in finance, chemistry, artificial intelligence, logistics, cybersecurity and other fields.