Pennsylvania’s Human Services Department is working with schools, a federal grant and data analytics to identify students at risk of suicide.
Nineteen new governors elected will mean major changes in the ranks of state-level chief information officers next year. They and IT vendors should be actively planning for it.
GSA’s Rob Coen took on a new role as OASIS program manager, while HUD’s Chad Cowan is the new acting assistant secretary for administration.
Gone are the days where state CIOs are primarily focused on IT infrastructure. CIOs ranked communication, relationship-building and strategic thinking as the most critical leadership traits for a successful CIO. Technology expertise came in at number nine.
Reflections on an interview for a federal agency CIO appointment and why a strong CIO governance role with policy and operational authority is the only model for success like in New York.
In part two of Ask the CIO: SLED Edition’s interview with New York CIO Bob Samson, we learn New York has increased its cybersecurity budget from $1.5 million two years ago to $60 million today.
The Office of Personnel Management is giving agency heads the flexibility to decide whether they need direct-hire authority to fill certain IT positions and grant that authority on their own.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Congressional Budget Office assesses a bill which would give the Trump administration expedited authority to reorganize the federal government.
Rod Turk, the acting chief information officer and chief information security officer at the Commerce Department, decided to leave federal service.
The Trump administration said it views the use cases coming from the Defense Department and other agencies as a powerful tool in developing future policies on artificial intelligence.
Ask the CIO: SLED Edition host John Thomas Flynn, former California and Massachusetts CIO, conducts inaugural interview with National Association of State CIO’s Executive Director Doug Robinson.
Ask the CIO: SLED Edition begins Oct. 18 and will feature radio interviews, news and commentary focusing on the $117 billion state and local government IT market, which exceeds the federal IT market by some $30 billion.
With 36 gubernatorial elections this November, there may be as many as 20 or more new state CIOs come 2019. The new CIOs and even those that survive the election have an opportunity to lead significant new initiatives. The IT industry better be prepared for the changes.
NASCIO’s speed networking session is a valuable opportunity for corporate members to meet and briefly discuss 2019 state IT priorities and their applicable companies’ technology solutions with CIOs.