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.
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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.
This Q&A is part of a new GovLoop series called “CIO Conversations.” Throughout 2018 we’ll feature conversational interviews twice a month with current and former federal, state and local chief information officers to get to know the people behind the titles. You’ll learn about the perks and challenges of their job, how they ended upRead… Read more »
Most conversations about federal IT reforms focus on CIOs and their duties and authorities. But the reality is IT reform cannot and will not succeed without every office and employee chipping in. Here are the key points all employees must understand.
Government at all levels needs to recognize, address and manage the ways unconscious bias negatively influences the work culture.
Savvy leaders know that it is important to not only know what and how you are doing, but for your key stakeholders to know, as well. . . . . Information technology has made possible the availability of real-time data and the tools to display that data, such as dashboards, scorecards, and heat maps. ThisRead… Read more »
We saw an intriguing article last month over at the PewResearch Internet Project that we thought might interest some of our social media- and tech-oriented members. Pew has compiled some very impressive amounts of data on the patterns that we can find in political conversation on Twitter that may hold insights for us as practitioners.Read… Read more »
Priority lists are commonplace in government. There are the 25-point implementation plans, the 7-year contracts and the 30-leases. However, creating a priority list of action items to be completed in the next year is rare. But that is exactly what the National Association of State Chief Information Officers have done by releasing their annual listRead… Read more »
This post was submitted by NCDD member Joan Blades, co-founder of Living Room Conversations and MoveOn.org… At times I feel like a mad scientist bringing together people with diverse views to have conversations about challenging issues. In unstructured social circumstances, I would be concerned about potential blow-ups. What awes me again and again — theRead… Read more »
This post originally appeared on my external blog, Social Media Strategery. While it’s focused on private sector brands, these ideas can easily be applied to public sector entities as well. My last post criticized the content that a lot of brands share via social media – the incessant begging for likes and shares, the linkbaiting,Read… Read more »