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CISO Michael Makstman explains what it takes to secure San Francisco, how the city is approaching generative AI and the importance of sharing information in the Coalition of City CISOs.
To develop organizational maturity in an IT agency, leaders must foster a culture of continuous improvement and create a safe space for staff to try new ideas.
Williams, a veteran of Louisiana state government and technology operations, takes over for one of the longest serving state CIOs in the country. Howze left that job earlier this year.
Today, Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced the appointment of John Godfrey to take the role of state chief information security officer. Godfrey takes over for Jeff Maxon, who was recently appointed to a new position.
Jill Fraser, who was serving as the interim chief information security officer after the departure of Ray Yepes, has been selected to serve as the state's permanent CISO. She brings more than a decade of experience in a similar role.
The Innovation Office’s own Dave Cole now steps up to lead it, after former Chief Innovation Officer Beth Noveck departed to become the state’s chief AI strategist.
On the heels of a recent report from the state’s AI Task Force, Gov. Kevin Stitt is advocating for the removal of human workforce redundancies in favor of artificial intelligence systems.
Vermont is revamping legacy IT systems, some of which are 50 years old, while also exploring uses for new technologies, including artificial intelligence.
Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey recently unveiled a new initiative via executive order that is intended to dramatically increase access to state jobs and reduce reliance on college degrees.
Noveck, also serving as the state’s chief innovation officer, takes over the new job as the governor calls for an "AI Moonshot." Her appointment reflects AI hiring trends in other parts of government.
As Delaware confronts some of the perennial — and growing — problems that face state government, it’s turning to cloud transitions and identity management while developing new guidance.
Kimberly Weis, a North Dakota native, talks about her plans for data management and artificial intelligence as she digs into her new job as the state’s permanent CDO. One of her most important lessons came via COVID-19.
With a new governor in place, Howze retired from a job he had held for nearly 11 years. During his time with the Office of Technology Services, he worked to reduce the technical debt while also spearheading online bidding, security and other projects.
CIO Katie Savage explains how the state is taking a more holistic, collaborative approach to updating legacy systems, maturing its cyber team and establishing user-friendly design processes.
While Google and the Twitch streaming service don’t have physical offices in the Sacramento area, other tech companies do, including Intel in Folsom, Apple in Elk Grove and Solidigm in Rancho Cordova.