Nebraska’s CIO Ed Toner leverages his teaming approach for cybersecurity, compliance, risk and identity and access management (IAM) in the era of coronavirus.
Rob Leahy joins NASA Goddard as its new CIO after spending the last 17 months at the IRS.
Nebraska’s CIO Ed Toner uses a unique centralized risk mitigation and compliance team comprised of former agency personnel from compliance, cyber, security privacy and related fields.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers has cancelled their May 2020 midyear conference amid growing concerns around the spread of the coronavirus.
The Defense Department is preparing for more of its Pentagon workforce to become teleworkers. But those who are already working from home have already begun to stretch the limits of the department’s internet connectivity in the national capital region.
California still must still process eight million drivers with new REAL ID compliant licenses before October 2020. With authorities restricting crowds as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, how can those officials allow massive crowds at DMV? Will coronavirus cause Feds to postpone California’s REAL ID deadline?
Joe Klimavicz, who retired after six years as the Justice Department CIO, said during his tenure the agency has significant strides in modernizing technology and providing improved services.
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?
Denis Goulet, Commissioner and CIO for the State of New Hampshire, will succeed Eric Boyette, Secretary and CIO for the State of North Carolina.
The intelligence community and the Defense Logistics Agency have their eyes set on emerging technology this year, but they’re focused first on improving some of the basics.
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.
Andre Mendes, who has been acting CIO at the Commerce Department since August, is now the permanent technology leader. Beth Angerman, the former GSA principal deputy associate administrator in the Office of Governmentwide Policy, found a new home in the private sector.
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.