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State Government

This week, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt issued an executive order to create a task force that would help guide the use of AI, aiming to help state government identify and mitigate risk in this space.
The state of Minnesota’s Department of Public Safety uses translation AI tech in its Driver and Vehicle Services division, expanding access to government services for non-English-speaking constituents.
Dru Rai comes with substantial private-sector experience, most recently at Quaker Houghton. Acting CIO Jennifer Lorenz will now become the executive deputy CIO, according to state officials.
From streamlining digital services and improving accessibility to making agencies more efficient, government's responsible use of generative AI can open up new possibilities for improving the citizen experience.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is bridging barriers to mental health resources surrounding suicide through a digitized strategy fusing chat and text connectivity, alongside online training for community leaders.
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded the grants in an effort to modernize IT infrastructure for unemployment programs with cloud technology and user-friendly interfaces. Here’s who got the money.
Some 53 overhead charging stations are set to be installed at Metropolitan Transportation Authority depots in Staten Island, Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn, according to a recent announcement by Gov. Kathy Hochul.
A new state law that went into effect Sept. 1 requires all emergency medical responders to report drug overdose information to local health authorities, who then feed the data into a software program that maps it.
The recent decision to move forward with automatic voter registration plans in Pennsylvania has some Republicans worried about how the policy will be implemented across county election departments.
Governors Josh Shapiro and Glenn Youngkin have issued new guidance on the use of artificial intelligence technology in state government. Both orders seek to create a more solid foundation for the rapidly evolving technology.