Cloud computing can give Chief Information Officers (CIOs) the ingredients they need — such as adaptability and security — to cook up modern agencies.
State and Local
I was lamenting to a colleague one day about how difficult it was to focus and get things done when they told me a giant stuffed panda arrived in her office.
Mister Rogers’ show, theme song and lyrics make me wonder: how we can be better neighbors or community members? What lessons and tips did Mister Rogers teach us on how to be civic-minded, caring and engaging residents?
As transportation technology advances, city officials should consider how they can prepare their agencies and citizens.
Tennessee Deputy CIO speaks about the state’s plans for cloud migration in 2020, the differences and similarities in the state governments he has served at and the fruit of the labor he has seen in the department in 2019.
Massachusetts CIO sat down with GovLoop to talk about 2020 priorities, 2019 triumphs, cybersecurity and workforce retention.
Actionable insights are helping public safety agencies and their partners across the country close cases, identify bodies, and reduce fatal overdoses. Here are some examples.
Leaf collection is a city service that doesn’t always go as planned.
Data analytics are a game-changer for jurisdictions across the country, providing insight so leaders can ask – and answer – questions that can transform communities.
Delaware CIO spoke to GovLoop about overhauling the state’s voting system, what has changed and what has stayed the same about his cybersecurity concerns.