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Indiana takes varied approach to workforce development

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State CIO Dewand Neely said his older employees aren’t retiring yet, but he’s employing several strategies to be prepared for when they do.

North Carolina’s election-security drills were 2020 preparation

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State CIO Eric Boyette said the cross jurisdictional exercises are one piece of an extensive cybersecurity program running throughout the state.

California pursues flexibility in procurement as state modernizes IT

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State CTO Richard Rogers says changing the state’s relationship with vendors will ultimately allow California agencies to achieve better outcomes.

Utah considering blockchain for vehicle title transfers

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State CIO Mike Hussey said the distributed-ledger technology can reduce time wasted by shuttling documents to and from the bank.

What people get wrong about the cybersecurity workforce shortage

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CyberSN.com's Deidre Diamond's talks with CyberScoop Editor-in-Chief Greg Otto about the gaps between applicants and employers in the cybersecurity workforce.

Cybrary's Ryan Corey on closing the cybersecurity workforce gap

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Ryan Corey, CEO of Cybrary, talks with CyberScoop Editor-in-Chief Greg Otto at the 2019 Black Hat USA conference about his company's effort to close the cybersecurity skills gap.

Philadelphia revitalizes 'smart city' plan with change management

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As The City of Brotherly Love works to get smarter, city CIO Mark Wheeler says governance and strategic planning are key.

Want improved student experience? Go paperless, says edtech exec

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Kari Branjord, Ellucian's SVP of digital transformation, says universities' paper processes are inhibiting students and their own workforces.

Upgrades prompt Virginia school district to rethink data centers

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Prince William County Public Schools' tech supervisor says the financial and human capital costs of data center upkeep have him considering the cloud.

Elaine Ho on the amazing work that drew her to NASA

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Ho talks about what drew her to work in government.

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