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Louisiana’s new chief cyber officer, Dustin Glover, was the state’s previous CISO. He will head up partnerships between the state’s departments overseeing technology, emergency preparedness, military and police.
Tesla, AppLovin and a custodial service for the owner of the Facebook app disclosed plans for a combined total of 659 job cuts in the Bay Area, the WARN notices filed with the state Employment Development Department show.
After serving as St. Paul, Minn.’s CIO for more than four years, Sharon Kennedy Vickers has left the role to serve as a the CEO of Software for Good. The company develops web and mobile apps geared toward environment and social change.
Anushree Bag, executive director of enterprise governance, risk and compliance and resiliency services, announced July 8 that she was moving on from the Indiana Office of Technology for another state agency.
The city of Rochester, N.Y., Mayor Malik D. Evans named several new appointments in an announcement last week, including a chief technology officer, chief of the Rochester Police Department and more.
Matt Behrens is now Iowa's permanent CIO, the state announced July 8. His prior experience includes serving as the deputy CIO, chief technology officer and several other state department roles.
More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, some New Mexico state employees who have been allowed to work from home are being told to come back to the office, and remote work is no longer being touted in job postings.
Miguel Gamiño Jr. has been named chief experience officer and founding partner at Silicon Valley-based Simplicity Technology Inc. The company offers a platform aimed at better connecting government with its constituents.
Automation at the Long Beach Container Terminal and the Port of Los Angeles’ TraPac terminal has eliminated 535,848 hours and $41.8 million in wages annually for dockworkers, according to a new study.
Galluzi has been the head of the state's enterprise systems for just over a year. Nevada's previous CIO stepped down in November, citing the changing responsibilities of the office and limited resources.
Jonathan Wisbey, the chief technology officer who was involved in several of New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s IT initiatives — including the use of surveillance technology and the smart cities program — has resigned.
He takes over the state’s Department of Information Technology from acting head Raja Sambandam, who returns to his previous job as chief information security officer. Mantos has more than 30 years of IT experience.
Colin Ahern, former deputy director of New York City Cyber Command, has accepted the newly created position. He brings years of cybersecurity experience across the government and private sector to the role.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot also put two leaders in charge of the effort, including a city data specialist reporting to her office. The new effort builds upon a push to give more students Internet access at their homes.
Golub has led the county’s IT efforts since August 2017. In his new role, he will focus on Oracle Cloud’s mid-market vertical, which includes local government organizations across the country.