Now showing results 1-10 of 10
State IT Structure Landscape Changes Dramatically
There's no IT project more daunting than transitioning a state's entire technology structure. Nevertheless, since early 2016, 30 percent of state governments have done exactly that. GovTech reviews who has made the change.
Hiring, Onboarding, Managing: Government Adapts to New Work
Will Government Buildings Be Empty After the Pandemic?
COVID-19 proved even to skeptics that a lot of government business can be done from anywhere. So what happens to all the physical spaces that cities and states invested in to house their workforce? This article speaks with ...
Smart Infrastructure Spending to Bridge Legacy and Cloud IT
What is Mainframe as a Service for State Governments?
Florida Governor Signs Bill Reorganizing State IT Functions
In an expected turn of events, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation to roll the Agency for State Technology into the Department of Management Services. The new iteration will be called the Division of State Technologies.
How State IT Leaders Can Navigate a World Changed by the Coronavirus
Digital Maturity in Government: Lofty Ambitions Seldom Lead to Tangible Impacts
Government CIOs can use this research to determine their agency's current maturity and outline realistic short-term ambitions to have a greater impact on the digital transformation of their organizations. (Note: Access to ...
Project Leadership and the Future of Work
This article covers the key takeaways from the Project Management Institute's 2020 Pulse of the Profession report "Ahead of the Curve: Forging a Future-Focused Culture." The report sheds insight on how organizations and ...