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.
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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.
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.
Commissioner and State CIO Johanna Clyborne said that Minnesota’s workforce is critical to completing its cybersecurity and modernization goals.
Transportation Department Chief Information Officer Vicki Hildebrand recently sat down with GovLoop to talk about the IT progress her team has made thus far, including shrinking the IT footprint and strengthening the workforce.
The reality for many agencies is their leaders must make tough decisions in prioritizing where the limited funds should go. In some cases, that can leave cybersecurity capabilities with insufficient funds to meet future goals and objectives.
In recent years, Cary, NC has been gearing up to become the world’s next smart city, going as far as turning their Town Hall campus into a smart “mini-city,” complete with smart parking, traffic management, citizen engagement and more. Nicole Raimundo, Cary’s CIO, is at the center of this push.
Louisville, Kentucky’s city government is tackling challenges like air pollution, gun violence and talent retention with cutting-edge technologies.
Beth Niblock became Detroit’s CIO less than a year after its Chapter 9 bankruptcy and has since worked on pulling the city’s IT back from the brink.