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Mayor Dave Bronson has issued a written inquiry about his city's recent municipal election. While the mayor said he's not questioning the results of the election, his inquiry calls for an audit.
The Delaware Department of Technology and Information has added two key hires to its ranks — a chief of administration and broadband manager — to help it deliver on its broadband and technology goals.
Apple claims Rivos systematically poached more than 40 former apple employees over the last year. Some of the former employees allegedly stole chip design secrets from Apple to make Rivos a competitor in the market.
Around 55,000 Michigan residents have received waivers for unemployment insurance overpayments due to federal guidelines announced in February. More citizens have yet to be notified of a waiver.
Gov. Mark Gordon's administration launched a new dashboard with digital tools to support businesses, job seekers and educators in the state with resources about new emerging workforce opportunities.
Allison Garrett, chancellor of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, said the state isn't producing enough college-educated computer engineers and scientists who can build, code, program and repair technology.
At the NASCIO Midyear Conference, Alaska CIO Bill Smith talked about how the push to hybrid work in the past two years has allowed new voices to join the government workforce from the large state’s more rural areas.
Having launched its UJ Accelerated division last fall to offer certifications in fields such as cybersecurity and analytics, the North Dakota institution is discussing workforce needs with local business leaders.
Kirk Herath has been appointed Cybersecurity Strategic Advisor, a new position announced this week by Gov. Mike DeWine. Herath currently serves as the chairman of CyberOhio, a state cybersecurity advisory board.
Starting next week, Cyd Harrell will succeed Carrie Bishop, who held the chief digital services role since 2017 and was the first person to do so. Harrell brings a deep background in the public and nonprofit sectors.
A new law in Colorado requires health insurance providers to try to collect demographic data on health providers — including sex- and gender-related info — to connect patients with better care.
After high-level jobs for the state of California and San Francisco, Canellakis will now oversee USDR’s new Digital Service program. The group launched when tech pros volunteered to help solve pandemic-related challenges.
Over the last year, multiple lawsuits have sprung up against Tesla. Several Black employees have alleged that they have endured discriminatory behavior from managers and coworkers.
One- and two-day deliveries from Amazon sometimes come with the extra cost of a worker becoming injured from moving too quickly. Research suggests Amazon should place more emphasis on safety.
The financial services company behind store-brand credit cards this week opened a 10,500-square-foot facility in Connecticut to train students and workers in skills such as web development, UX design and data analytics.