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With a new requirement from the Department of Justice looming, state and local governments must make their digital services accessible for people with disabilities, but not all are starting from the same place.
The Federal Aviation Administration has given SpaceX the green light to launch its giant Starship as soon as 7 a.m. Thursday on the craft's fourth flight from its South Texas Starbase.
Plus, the FCC is updating its broadband data collection process, Texas has launched a dashboard on public library Internet speeds, Louisiana is offering online skills training, and more.
Almost 25,000 Klein ISD students taking state-mandated academic tests were locked out or interrupted in April due to a DDoS attack.
School bond elections across the state of Texas set the stage for millions of dollars in new student devices, classroom tech and networking equipment, among other upgrades.
With a crowd of more than 900 people, the NASCIO Midyear Conference buzzed with energy about generative artificial intelligence, along with concern that humans remain in charge.
States across the country are laying the foundation for a strong data program, but many admit there's a lot of work ahead of them. At NASCIO, we learned from Minnesota CIO Tarek Tomes and Texas CIO Amanda Crawford about how they support data literacy at the enterprise level.
Chief People and Culture Officer, Texas Department of Information Resources
The rise of generative artificial intelligence is a stress test for data governance and management, and an opportunity for data stewards to shine.
Computers and artificial intelligence will help score open-ended questions on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR), with "low-confidence" scores to be reassessed by humans.