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Vermont Gov. Phil Scott announced the appointment of Denise Reilly-Hughes as secretary of the Agency of Digital Services; she will take the role former CIO Shawn Nailor held prior to retiring in June.
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Most Vermont state websites and some online services went down for 11 hours this week after a cable serving a third-party data center was cut. A similar incident happened in April.  
Agency of Digital Services Deputy Secretary Denise Reilly-Hughes will become interim CIO in July. She’ll focus on keeping momentum toward current goals and fostering stability after several leadership changes.
Shawn Nailor, CIO and secretary of the Vermont Agency of Digital Services, is retiring at the end of June. The agency's deputy secretary, Denise Reilly-Hughes, will step up as a temporary replacement.
A recent audit of six IT projects within the past two years found many were over budget or delayed. The state’s CIO, Shawn Nailor, acknowledged the findings, tempering them with the progress his relatively young agency has made in recent years.
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CIO Shawn Nailor outlines the new cross-agency cyber council Vermont hopes to establish this year that would support critical infrastructure like hospitals and utilities in the event of a cyber attack.
An Internet service provider’s fibers in Washington, D.C., were severed, downing the third-party data center that supports Vermont’s public-facing websites. The “unheard of” incident is prompting new resiliency talks.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott has announced two leadership appointments: Shawn Nailor will take over as secretary and CIO of the Agency of Digital Services, while Denise Reilly-Hughes will serve as the agency’s deputy secretary.