Instead of looking at your neighbors as competitors start seeing them as colleagues. By working together you can share information, save money and drive regional investment.
State and Local
CIO Todd Nacapuy has a unique approach to ensure the state’s 800-employee, multi-generational IT workforce is equipped to modernize tech services and operations.
We pick up the “CIO Conversations” series with Suma Nallapati, who as Colorado’s chief information officer is responsible for much of the state’s tech.
To improve customer experience and cut back on unnecessary costs, the state decided to automate some of its search processes with a chatbot named Missi.
The cloud and shared services can help state and local agencies unify their siloed IT solutions and fully harness the benefits of modernization for their talent management and HR needs.
Cities and states have realized a need to fine-tune the ways they ensure everyday citizens could access data and make sense of it.
Not only do governments need that kind of expertise, but they need to find a way to publish data without much of a budget — if any.
Like many state and local enterprises, Louisiana is grappling with various legacy systems. Some are almost 40 years old, and with each comes countless applications.
Technologists like systems administrators, web developers and even information officers are rarely framed as the customer service owners of governments. But according to Illinois’ former Chief Digital Officer Hardik Bhatt, that’s exactly what they are.
Public safety organizations need an effective talent strategy to hire a diverse workforce, attract and retain new talent, improve knowledge transfer from experienced to younger employees, establish focus and accountability, motivate and reward employees, and implement effective succession planning. It’s a way for leaders and HR to work together to define mission objectives and optimize… Read more »