Nebraska’s CIO Ed Toner leverages his teaming approach for cybersecurity, compliance, risk and identity and access management (IAM) in the era of coronavirus.
Ann Dunkin’s career included CIO positions at Palo Alto school district, Environmental Protection Agency and Santa Clara County, California.
Are government CIOs prepared to rollout adequate disaster recovery and business continuity plans in the event of a nationwide shutdown of state capitol or federal office campuses?
Multi-state IT collaboration efforts are on the rise as Arkansas and Oklahoma forge a unique cross boundary data center collocation initiative. Arkansas’ CTO managed through the governor’s reorganization of 45 cabinet departments down to 15.
North Dakota’s Gov. Doug Burgum picked a state CIO with similar unconventional traits. Shawn Riley overcame a difficult upbringing, started his own company at 16, and now with Burgum’s support leads the state’s IT renaissance.
Former Baltimore mayor and Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley discussed his new book on performance management, “Smarter Government: How to Govern for Results in the Information Age,” which makes a case not only for using performance metrics but also a primer for government leaders.
Joshua Spence, West Virginia’s Chief Technology Officer, discussed his organization, new IT initiatives and reflections on 15 months in office.
California begins country’s strictest data privacy law Jan. 1. Host John Thomas Flynn talks what started it, who’s affected and will citizens see a “data dividend” in their future?
Texas and Nebraska’s state CIOs spoke to Ask the CIO: SLED Edition about local government ransomware attacks, trusted vendor advisers and more.
NASCIO host Tennessee CIO Stephanie Dedmon explained her role at this year’s annual fall conference and highlighted her state’s 2020 priorities. Plus former GAO IT leader Dave Powner explained how federal government can learn valuable lessons from state IT experiences, all on Ask the CIO: SLED Edition.
NASCIO celebrated 50th anniversary in Nashville with record attendance, revealed annual CIO survey results and elected a new president from North Carolina.