Ohio's new CIO sets goals for post-pandemic IT
In an interview, Katrina Flory, who was named statewide CIO June 10, said she's looking forward to a continued expansion of digital services.
It's two steps forward, one step back for state government IT
The pandemic and advancements in tech are affording states new opportunities — and presenting challenges — state IT leaders said during an online event.
Time for federal government to boost smart cities again, tech group says
A new report from an IT think tank found that federal support for "smart-city" efforts stalled under the Trump administration.
Remote work to be a 'lasting feature' for state IT offices
Several state CIOs predict that widespread telework will linger in government long after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
Coronavirus tests states' cybersecurity, IT supply chains
With governors around the country ordering their workforces to perform duties remotely, CIOs face new logistical problems.
AI, robotic process automation gain steam in state government
A preview of NASCIO's 2019 survey data shows state IT leaders are becoming more interested in how the emerging technologies can transform business processes.
Six states to develop data-driven workforce strategies
With support from the National Governors Association and Strada Education Network, states will use consumer data to design education and training programs.
'InnovateOhio' office will modernize state government, says incoming Lt. Gov. Jon Husted
When Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted moves into the lieutenant governor’s role next Monday, he’ll be charged with leading a new statewide office dedicated to developing technological innovations in the state government. And in an interview with StateScoop, the 51-year-old Republican said Gov.-elect Mike DeWine has given the agency, called InnovateOhio, a wide berth to modernize public services. “There’s a ton on the menu,” he said. Husted said the…