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With new support, Brown Girls Code plans expansion to additional cities

by Ryan Johnston

The nonprofit will receive additional support this year from the consulting group Ignite Cities, furthering its mission to close the gender and diversity gaps in the technology sector.

Remote work to be a 'lasting feature' for state IT offices

by Ryan Johnston

Several state CIOs predict that widespread telework will linger in government long after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.

Cyber ranges are bolstering the workforce in these six states

by Colin Wood

More frequently, states are turning to specially equipped computer labs that provide virtual environments simulating what IT security workers face during cyberattacks. With facilities now in various stages of completion in Arizona,¬†Arkansas, Florida, Michigan, Virginia and Georgia, cyber ranges are quickly becoming a mainstay in government’s strategy for competing with the public sector for talent and filling a widening workforce gap. Cyber ranges let users do things they can’t do…

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