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StateScoop features the latest leaders and innovators, news and events in state and local government technology. StateScoop gathers top leaders from across government, academia and the tech industry to discuss ways technology can improve government, and to exchange best practices and identify ways to achieve common goals.
 
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State and local government agencies are looking for more effective ways to deliver public services, including modernizing their IT systems to keep up with service demand. Many agencies, however, are still just starting their journeys to the cloud in earnest — assessing where to start, what’s needed and what to expect. While managing large migration…
 
StateScoop's Priorities Podcast has a new home on Soundcloud. Follow the revamped show at: https://soundcloud.com/priorities_podcast/ and at www.prioritiespodcast.com__On today’s episode of the Priorities Podcast, the Pew Charitable Trusts are warning governors and legislators to be wary of an impending financial “cliff” after the recent influx of …
 
Though the 2022 list of top priorities for state chief information officers looks similar that of 2021, state government remains in a time of great change as the coronavirus pandemic enters its third year, according to experts from Deloitte.Deloitte's Meghan Sullivan and Thomas Beck point specifically to the rise of multi-cloud as an emerging prior…
 
State and local governments have made “massive strides,” on their ability to deliver citizen services in response to the coronavirus pandemic, but there’s still quite a bit of work to be done, according to Auth0’s Salman Ladha.“I think we’re moving in the right direction,” says Ladha. “Not only has identity and access management jumped in terms of …
 
The shift in the workforce landscape has made upgrading and improving network infrastructure a necessity. In a new podcast, Cisco and Presidio discuss how state and local agencies confront the digital divide across communities in the U.S. and ensure constituents can access resources with reliable broadband connectivity.Guests: Meghan Steele, Senior…
 
As state government information technology leaders gathered for their first in-person conference since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, industry leaders say the moment offers government a “time for reflection and change.”On a new StateScoop podcast, underwritten by Tanium, Jennifer Axt and Gary Buonacorsi said the response to the pandemic has…
 
CIOs are constantly challenged to deliver more IT services, typically without added resources. One way they and their IT departments are overcoming that challenge is by deploying AI-powered observability and operations platforms, says Willie Hicks, public sector chief technology officer at Dynatrace. These newer generation platforms can vastly impr…
 
State and local IT leaders have been investing in network modernization well before the COVID pandemic hit. But the surge in demands from the public, and the need to support employees working remotely, have added new urgency to those investment strategies.They’ve also demanded that greater attention be paid to enabling applications, says Anthony Ba…
 
For many government agencies, the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the necessity of digitizing citizen-facing services. With demand overwhelming agency networks, numerous federal and state agencies are turning to software-defined networks or managed broadband, to better integrate modern web applications.“As applications become much smarter, the networ…
 
Identity architect Jeet Shah shares how a developer centric IAM solution is helping agencies speed up citizen application development with a seamless and secure user experience.“Citizens today expect efficient and effective online services from their government. Whether they're registering their vehicle or applying for a hunting permit, citizens wa…
 
The pandemic response resulted in state and local agencies making rapid changes to network systems so more government employees could access agency resources remotely. In many ways too, that laid the groundwork for organizations to bring more flexibility to how employees work in the future. Even as state and local government leaders lay out plans t…
 
Last year, Rush University’s Medical Center in Chicago began an ambitious data collection and analysis project — Data Comms — to move data of more than a million patients into a secure cloud environment and use AI-enabled, deep-learning medical research algorithms. This investment opened the door to a new level of data analysis, but lowering costs …
 
Last year, modernization initiatives for state and local agencies could be largely categorized as fast, reactive decisions to keep operations running during the pandemic. However, today CIOs and CISOs need to take a step back to consider larger questions around the security implications of those decisions.Security advisor Wendy Nather says findings…
 
A recurring security theme through the last year is that in the rush to support remote workers — and deploy cloud-based services — state and local agencies have become more vulnerable to security risks and instances of fraud. CIOs are being asked to implement more cloud-based services that will improve service delivery. However, the success of thes…
 
On this episode of the 2020 StateScoop 50 Miniseries Podcast, Ben sits down with the winners of the Industry Leadership award to talk about how they've worked with government on response to the COVID-19 pandemic.Magic Mountain, The Wrong Way, Fireworks and So Easy by Jahzzar are licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.…
 
IT leaders in Sonoma County targeted key user groups to demonstrate the time-saving effectiveness of an e-signature solution and gain support for broader adoption. Following the strategic rollout of a digital e-signature tool, both citizens and employees are experiencing dramatically quicker processing and approval times. Jim McKenney and Carolyn S…
 
As the pandemic prolongs the need to enable a remote workforce, state and local governments must rethink how they secure access to resources wherever their employees are working. The need to pivot and refocus security strategies adds an important perspective to NASCIO’s 2020 list of top IT priorities that state CIOs were already addressing, includi…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic — while throwing the nation into crisis — also served as an accelerator for agencies to modernize how they interact with constituents and deliver services. “Everybody started to be affected by not just the pandemic and the virus, but how technology and data, and their interaction with it, made them successful or not,” says tec…
 
State and local government IT officials have faced unprecedented challenges this year in trying to meet their constituents’ needs. As they expand digital service offerings, it is critical to invest in and modernize identity and access management solutions for citizens.Citizens expect access to services from any mobile device, says ForgeRock's Tommy…
 
State and local government leaders should lean on advances to cloud made during the pandemic to accelerate digital services that will provide additional benefits in a post-pandemic world, Okta’s Kelsey Nelson says.“Many of the IT leaders we talked to within state and local agencies had been starting along a lot of these modernization paths [before …
 
Shortages of talent continue to handicap the ability of state and local governments to keep up with growing security threats. The shift to a remote workforce has only expanded the daily onslaught of security threats just as agency leaders face looming budget pressures in the coming year.Government leaders are reconsidering the advantages of managed…
 
On this first episode of the 2020 StateScoop 50 Awards miniseries, StateScoop Technology Editor Benjamin Freed sits down with the winners of the GoldenGov: State Executive of the Year Award to talk about the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic and what's next for them.Magic Mountain, The Wrong Way, Fireworks and So Easy by Jahzzar are licensed under a…
 
Tyler Kleycamp, director of the Chief Data Officers Network at the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation at Georgetown University, talks data use by government during the pandemic. Jennifer Ricker and Tammy Roust from the Illinois Department of Innovation and Technology also join to discuss their efforts using data in pandemic management.…
 
State and local governments are experiencing unprecedented demands for services during the pandemic. That's why robotic process automation is becoming an essential tool to help agency employees keep up with the workload and the needs of citizens.In this podcast, IT leaders from Texas, New Jersey and UiPath (a leader in RPA implementation) discuss s…
 
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