The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) announced today its new executive leadership. J. Eric Boyette, CIO for the State of North Carolina, will replace Delaware CIO James Collins as NASCIO’s president. The organization’s Executive Committee also added two new directors, Stephanie Dedmon, CIO for the State of Tennessee, and Greg Zickau, CIO for the State of Idaho.

The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO), released a new guide May 14 on the topic of “multisourcing.” NASCIO describes the guide, which it developed in partnership with Integris Applied Marketing, as a “playbook” that can be used by any state, local, or tribal government to “design a path towards a modern multi-supplier delivery model that supports the demands and forces placed on the state CIO.”






Federal CIO Suzette Kent met with members of the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) today to discuss strengthening the partnerships between Federal and state governments.






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The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) today released its top technology priorities for 2019, which are determined via voting by forty-nine state CIOs.






The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) announced yesterday that James Collins, CIO of Delaware, was elected president of the organization. Collins succeeds James “Bo” Reese, CIO of Oklahoma. NASCIO announced election results ahead of its annual conference, which began today in San Diego.






The NASCIO 2017 Annual Conference is sharing best practices, key lessons, and useful strategies for state and local government technology leaders. James Collins, Delaware CIO, shares how other states can not only improve diversity in hiring, but also in retention.






Since it was launched on Oct. 19, 15,000 people have visited Delaware’s open data portal. Delaware residents can use the portal to find out if traffic is slowed down because of nearby construction sites, whether their favorite restaurants have passed inspection, where to find a good bike trail, and what companies the state is conducting business with.






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