If you want to understand the potential for technology to change the way government works, state IT leaders are a go-to source of information. They make decisions every day that impact citizen engagement, data management, cybersecurity and budgets.
Leaders will exchange ideas on resource sharing, budgeting, diversity and the buying process at the National Association of State Chief Information Officers 2017 Annual Conference.
Technology and procurement professionals work together to modernize the IT buying process.
Technology’s march of progress hasn’t stopped yet. Find out where state and local government technology continues to evolve.
Collaboration between state CIOs’ offices and the federal government could ease cybersecurity challenges.
Tech chiefs give takes on broadband, data analytics, agile software delivery and more.
Mitigating hacking attacks, implementing more nimble procurement methods and more will be explored at this year’s National Association of State Chief Information Officer’s Midyear Conference.
Guidelines from the Cloud Standards Customer Council help organizations in negotiations with cloud vendors.
State CIOs assist in the transition as new governors assume power.
By increasing transparency and building more comprehensive records, state and local governments can formulate ways to reduce risk across processes and move innovation forward.