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Wyoming Interim CIO TR Sheehan will move on from the position he has held twice, and CISO Aaron Roberts will add the CIO role to his duties, for now. Both men have been with the state for more than a decade.
Upgrading your ITSM tool can boost efficiencies, save money and result in better service delivery for end users.
Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle L. Parker appointed veteran manager Melissa Scott to serve as chief information officer, the city announced Monday. Scott has been on staff more than eight years and arrived from private-sector IT.
Jason Benshoof, Nevada’s first-ever state chief data officer, said teamwork among agencies will help keep data initiatives in line with community priorities. A state staffer since 2009, he was named CDO Feb. 12.
Michael Simeone joins the city from Bendett & McHugh, P.C., where he was CIO for nearly nine years. The new chief technology officer will help guide and align tech work and strategy for New Haven and its board of education.
After two years as the Tennessee city’s tech leader, Tyson Morris will pursue other opportunities. He said Friday he is committed to continuing his work using technology to help people.
Jason Benshoof, the former chief IT manager of the Client Services Unit in the Nevada Office of the CIO, will lead the state’s data governance efforts as CDO. A longtime Nevada executive, he will also develop and implement a statewide data plan.
The Biden administration awarded Intel $8.5 billion in subsidies this week and promised it $11 billion in loans to go toward financing new semiconductor factories.
The acquisition is part of Accenture's new program to provide workforce training to its clients in various in-demand technology fields relating to data science and artificial intelligence.
Hayden has been at the city since 1986, most recently as infrastructure services manager, a role he has had for nearly 17 years. He's leading the Technology and Innovation Department, which has a staff of around 128.
As governments increasingly fold artificial intelligence into their hiring processes, the question emerges: Does AI increase or reduce bias? Some experts argue that, when implemented responsibly, it reduces bias and directs a focus on skills.
Oklahoma CIO Joe McIntosh explains how his agency is overhauling its core services and empowering staff to do their jobs to the fullest. Plus, he shares what he's working on as head of the state's AI task force.
Layoffs and other workforce reductions have marked auto industry headlines in recent months, despite increased vehicle sales last year and even more forecasted growth in 2024.
As the need for skilled tech workers skyrockets, former federal CIO Suzette Kent argues organizations including state and local governments should start recruiting from less traditional pipelines.
The tool is integrated into the state’s job and training hub, and offers users personalized services to connect them with a career path that aligns with their skill set. It follows legislative action by the governor to lessen unemployment numbers.