Sometimes, all questions aren’t great questions when it comes to implementing a strong cybersecurity posture in government.
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When you’re $1.5 billion in legacy debt, you let legacy go.
Vermont’s chief information officer (CIO) sat down with GovLoop to talk about his state’s successes in 2019 and what’s next in 2020 and beyond.
The public sector has a reputation for being slow due to the unique restrictions it faces when it comes to innovating IT — but it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way.
Colorado CIO’s one-year anniversary is nearing, and she had some success stories to share about 2019 as well as customer delight priorities and workforce plans for 2020.
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.
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.
Texas CISO sat down to talk to GovLoop further about 2020 priorities, 2019 successes and how she finds the right cybersecurity team.
North Carolina’s Deputy State CIO talks about her biggest pride points in 2019, why her middle name is “blockchain” and why she works in government.