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Amid predictions that careers in science, technology, engineering and math will skyrocket in the next decade, students are increasingly participating in targeted programs to boost their skills.
Plus, a new module is added to the Broadband Infrastructure Playbook, Virginia is the latest state to release its five-year broadband action plan, and more.
A newly announced partnership between the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation and Coursera will provide no-cost workforce training to unemployed and underemployed Nevadans.
The California Civil Rights Department’s new online interactive guide will help residents understand the Fair Chance Act, which aims to reduce employment barriers for individuals with criminal histories.
The combination of data and maps is useful for a lot more than just helping you get from point A to point B. Think natural disasters, global supply chains and climate change.
A new platform from the state's Department of Labor and Workforce Development and a nonprofit partner is giving unprecedented insights into public works wages and compliance with prevailing wage laws.
Utah CTO David Fletcher will be retiring this week after over two decades in the role. In his final days in public service, he shared what he has learned and accomplished in a career peppered with technological disruption.
Damian Oravez takes over as chief information security officer after working a similar position at Philadelphia International Airport for four years. The move comes after the city appointed an interim CIO in June.
As Montana searches for a new CISO, the man leaving the position, Andy Hanks, will be working to improve the cybersecurity of small government agencies nationwide.
Experts argue that agencies having staff dedicated to equity and inclusion play an important role for government work, from strategic planning, to operations, to the rise of digital government services.
The Maryland Department of Information Technology has hired four executives for new tech roles, including its first-ever chief technology officer. The state has also hired a new chief information security officer.
Jayson Cavendish had been filling in as the state’s CSO for months. He’s been officially been appointed the duties that used to belong to current Michigan CIO Laura Clark.
Wisconsin will be getting a new CISO following the departure of Alan Greenberg, who held the position since May 2021. The state has released few details about the reason for the staffing change.
In the most recent spate of Silicon Valley job cuts, four different tech companies have revealed plans to chop a combined 211 jobs across the Bay Area. Nearly 250 banking jobs are also on the block.
While stressed-out cybersecurity staff is not a new issue, there are steps leadership can take to mitigate ongoing issues that may lead to staffing vacancies.