By Jenni Bergal, Stateline
As the threat from hackers and cybercriminals intensifies, a growing number of states are buying cyber insurance to protect themselves — and taxpayers.
Lynne Pizzini, Deputy Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, is retiring in December.
In Montana, a team of 50 application developers collaborates using agile development. Is this the future of government IT? By Noelle Knell, GovTech Editor / July 28, 2017
Montana CIO Ron Baldwin is doing his part to usher his state technology office into the modern era. In fact, it's work that's been underway for quite a while.
At the NASCIO Midyear conference earlier this year, Baldwin talked about what government needs to do to appeal to job applicants of the millennial generation. It has to do with open and collaborative work environments, flexible work policies and a willingness to experiment with new processes — like agile development.
The changing nature of the workforce is one factor pushing CIOs to evaluate their portfolio. By Noelle Knell, GovTech Editor / May 12, 2017
Managing technology assets for an entire state is a complex endeavor. As part of the strategic planning process, CIOs must constantly weigh resources against business needs throughout the enterprise. Over the past few years, many CIOs have cited concerns over the expense of maintaining legacy technologies like the mainframe.
CIO Ron Baldwin talks about what he expects to gain from an executive branch consolidation now underway. By Noelle Knell, GovTech Editor / May 9, 2017
At the NASCIO Midyear conference in Virginia last month, we talked to many state CIOs who echoed the importance of the priorities that make up the organization's top 10 list for 2017. It's a set of priorities that align closely with those gathered by the Center for Digital Government's* 2016 Digital States survey. Both lists rank cybersecurity as job No. 1, with high marks for cloud, as well as budget and cost control.