The state’s Department of Labor launched the updated ReEmployCT system this week. The previous unemployment system was scrapped when it could not keep pace with the flood of pandemic-related claims.
Joy Bonaguro launched the San Francisco Data Academy during her time with the city. Now as California's chief data officer, she's expanding and improving the model to support agency-level analytics.
The fresh capital from Peterson Private Equity will fund product and market growth. It comes as more local and state governments, as well as schools, turn to digital accounting and billing tools.
Industry experts point out several concerns regarding the use of digital currencies for campaign donations. The issues of transparency, market volatility and a lack of regulations are among the key concerns.
Chief Risk Officer Rob Main discusses balancing privacy and security, growing North Carolina's cyber workforce, and how his office is helping local governments build cyber capacity.
Third-party provider Geographic Solutions reportedly offlined systems after an attempted malware attack. Some states report that unemployment claims and/or job search sites are currently unavailable.
Initial reports of the exposure of personal information about concealed handguns permits was more expansive than initially thought. California Department of Justice officials now say several other data sets were exposed.
Galluzi has been the head of the state's enterprise systems for just over a year. Nevada's previous CIO stepped down in November, citing the changing responsibilities of the office and limited resources.
Google Public Sector, a new subsidiary, will focus on governments that want to build better digital tools and processes and replace legacy systems. Amazon and Google increasingly are vying for public-sector clients.
All Californians with a permit to carry a concealed handgun had their personal information exposed online after a breach of the California Department of Justice’s 2022 Firearms Dashboard Portal.