As cities move to tackle bigger issues, they search for new types of leader to cross traditional divides.
An agency leader discusses the push to change the way government buys digital services.
In San Leandro, Calif., creating a better website brought together a diverse group of stakeholders.
Two key upgrades for this small northern California city led them to unconventional vendor choices.
There are ways for jurisdictions without big city budgets to bring startup energy to the challenges they face.
Tech startups looking to make an impact pair well with governments that embrace innovation, says San Francisco Chief Innovation Officer Jay Nath.
San Francisco Chief Innovation Officer Jay Nath points to several reasons tech entrepreneurs are well suited for partnerships with public sector agencies.
CIO Morgan Reed talks about the formation of a data management working group to help agencies share data.
The University of Denver’s JB Holston discusses the phenomenon and what government can do about it.
JB Holston of the University of Denver addresses two issues to consider for staffing government IT offices in the 21st century.
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CIO Scott Cardenas relies on analytics to understand what people are using and where they are going on Denver’s website.
As he presses ahead with an ambitious IT transformation plan in Illinois, CIO Hardik Bhatt talks about how he applies lessons learned in other states.
CIO Rich Kliethermes details the work of public safety organizations in Missouri, including upgrades to key systems.
When it comes to quantifying digital leadership, Missouri CIO Rich Kliethermes demonstrates project success with hard numbers.
Gov. Jack Markell laid the groundwork for open data in the state with an executive order earlier this year that focused a number of agencies on the effort.
Ohio Stu Davis says that data analytics can modernize government on a scale unmatched by other technology.
Minnesota CIO Tom Baden sees great potential for analytics to impact citizens’ lives, especially with data-sharing across key program areas.
A “coalition of the willing” is forming in Florida to establish governance policies, explains CIO Jason Allison.
Since the central IT agency was re-established in 2014, Florida CIO Jason Allison has had his work cut out for him.
The Colorado-based research, training and education center could make the state a hub for cybersecurity activities.
Although the city didn’t win the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge, CIO Scott Cardenas says Denver is committed to moving ahead with its plan.
The role, which is expected to be filled in the next month, may be the first of its kind in state government.
Georgia GIO Susan Miller is tasked with managing and expanding the state's GIS efforts throughout all levels of government. The increasingly valuable tool is at the heart of collaborative efforts and is bridging the gap between disparate agencies.
The Indiana CIO told us what business he’d like to be out of within the next several months, and how the cloud will help him get there.
Extracting real value from data means bringing together disparate sources, said Mississippi CIO Craig Orgeron.
According to CIO Mike Hussey, opening up data sets is driving policy conversations in the state.
Utah CIO Mike Hussey explains that in the state’s fully consolidated IT environment, agency satisfaction with IT projects is a priority.
Los Angeles CIO Ted Ross explains how the city has reorganized technology bureaus to align with priorities.
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CIO James Collins talks about recent efforts to bolster connectivity in the state.
Indiana CIO Dewand Neely talks about how his state is applying data to address an issue on many governors’ agendas.
Florida CIO Jason Allison lays out the state’s cyber strategy.
The ever-changing security landscape, explains CIO Tom Baden, requires a multi-faceted approach.
Boston’s Chief of Streets Chris Osgood discusses the role of technology in improving city transportation services and the overall safety on Boston roadways.
Former Massachusetts CIO Bill Oates, who also served as the CIO of Boston and is now vice president of Perkins Solutions, shares his thoughts on technological transformation in government and the importance of executive leadership in this process.
CIO Ted Ross outlines the importance of a technology workforce that looks like the community it serves.
Los Angeles County CIO Benny Chacko talks about the unique data challenges of the Probation Department.