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NASCIO 17h
Looking ahead? These 11 plays are the starting point for those beginning to develop their operating model. These should also be adopted as major plays for the sustainment of efforts within states that are already operating under a new broker model.
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NASCIO Jun 22
Play #11 Think & Act in 2 Year Increments Remember the avg tenure of a state CIO is < 36 months. Make quick wins & develop strong relationships that enable change agendas. These agendas must contribute to the long-term strategy that spans administrations
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Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Jun 21
This week CISA hosted Tabletop the Vote 2019, a 3-day nationwide tabletop exercise where we practiced real world election scenarios with partners across the country including 48 states, D.C., the Virgin Islands, , , , , , and more.
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NASCIO Jun 21
T - 1 week until Idea Roundup closes. Help construct the agenda for the NASCIO 2019 Annual Conference and submit your ideas and suggestions for session topics, formats and speakers by Friday, June 28! Submit your idea(s) here:
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NASCIO Jun 21
Ransomware increasingly targets government networks, via
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NASCIO Jun 21
Play #10: Prepare the Workforce The new “CIO as Broker” operating model requires a different portfolio of skills, knowledge and experience. Identify the new, necessary, roles and responsibilities of personnel, & the best sourcing – internal or external.
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Minnesota IT Services Jun 21
Via magazine --> check out this feature on , the Commissioner of Minnesota IT Services and the state's Chief Information Officer:
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Digital Services Ga Jun 21
If you couldn't be at May's , or you attended and would like to review the sessions, GOVTalks presentations and videos are now available in our archives.
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NASCIO Jun 21
InnovateOhio Platform Ramps Up User-Friendly Online Services, via
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NASCIO Jun 21
Replying to @Patrick_M_Moore
Check out the full playbook here:
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Patrick Moore Jun 21
Integris Applied thinks the state CIO role is pretty cool! Engage in our video series about the CIO, government and improving the customer experience . Join the dialogue! Shout out to
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StateTech Magazine Jun 20
Doug Robinson, executive director, calls scanning a foundational building block of assessments. Here's why:
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NASCIO Jun 21
New Jersey touts 'first' innovation training platform for state government, via
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NASCIO Jun 20
Register NOW- Ask the Executive Directors: NASCIO and Address the State and Local Government Technology Landscape webcast on Thursday, July 18 at 2:00 pm ET! Have a question on state & local gov't technology issues? Register now and ask away:
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NASCIO Jun 20
Replying to @NASCIO
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NASCIO Jun 20
Play #9 Focus on the Citizen Stakeholders that make funding decisions are also listening to the ultimate customers– the constituents within each state. The state CIO should be listening via other means that create the opportunity for participation from the governor & legislature
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NASCIO Jun 20
Maryland Moves to Standardize, Centralize Cyberdefenses, via
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Ron Guerrier Jun 19
Despite advances in artificial intelligence and virtual reality... technology can’t replace the value of in-person interaction. Great to meet with Danielle DuMerer (CIO City of Chicago) & Tom Lynch (CIO Cook County) as we focus on our common residents. Let’s go!
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NASCIO Jun 19
Thank you to all who joined us for this informative and collaborative discussion!
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NASCA Jun 19
NASCA and kicked off the state associations roundtable with a data walk on trends in operations of government.
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