When North Carolina’s Department of Information Technology went remote in 2020, CIO Jim Weaver learned how to foster collaboration within a hybrid workforce.
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Human decisions are making the critical difference. How can technology best assist state and local agencies in their response and vaccine rollout?
To tackle pressing issues, state and local agencies are improving their processes of collaborating and sharing data to drive solutions. Here are some examples.
Congratulations on your new role as chief information officer. Here are some things that can help in the early stages of your tenure and beyond.
Responsible for carrying out the election were not just poll workers and election officials, but thousands of IT staffers around the country who defended against cyberattacks.
In government, there tends to be more data than agencies think to leverage. A case in point — emails.
As telework has expanded across government, and will likely permanently shift the paradigm of public and private sector work, technologists have had to pay special attention to maintaining security while not stifling users.
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.
By standardizing, integrating and sharing data, North Carolina has been able to provide better health care to those who visit its hospitals.
Cities and states have realized a need to fine-tune the ways they ensure everyday citizens could access data and make sense of it.