Theresa Szczurek, Colorado’s new Chief Information Officer, joined GovLoop for an interview to address how her state tackles concerns like cybersecurity, data governance and hiring and retaining IT talent.
State and Local
Without a modern network, it’s nearly impossible for state and local governments to meet growing citizen expectations, security standards, maintenance requirements and more.
Under Chief Digital Officer Nikhil Deshpande’s leadership, Georgia’s digital offerings have evolved to meet the needs of its constituents.
A report released by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in Jan. 2019 points to selected examples of local governments that have excelled in increasing diversity and inclusion. The report culminates in new findings and recommendations that may be useful for local leaders.
Craig Orgeron, Mississippi CIO and former NASCIO President, spoke with GovLoop on Jan. 24 about his top priorities, cybersecurity, hiring, CX and other state IT initiatives.
State and local governments are turning to social media, especially Twitter, to recruit talent in the IT space.
California recently became America’s first with laws mandating basic security standards for IoT devices. The move may inspire similar legislation elsewhere.
At Esri Federal GIS, experts shared how ArcGIS reduces the time, cost, and efforts required of state and local governments to address operational needs.
James Collins is also the new president of the National Association of State Chief Information Officers, and he shared NASCIO’s 2019 goals.
Kim Rice recently spoke with GovLoop about the Massachusetts state government’s IT, data analytics, cybersecurity, workforce reform and more.