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Remote work can’t change everything until we fix this $80 billion problem

The U.S.’s rural areas still suffer from limited broadband availability. Addressing that may take both government investment and new technologies.

The InnovateOhio Platform Gains Momentum, Looks Beyond 2020 – Data- “What’s in it for me?”

The InnovateOhio Platform is posed to forever change how agencies handle services and data in Ohio. Although a lot of work still needs to be done, agency CIOs share how the platform has been critical in 2020.

U.S. Transportation Department Key to Biden’s Plan to Meet Paris Agreement Targets

Transportation is the biggest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S, making President-elect Biden’s choice for Transportation Secretary—and the department’s policies on emissions, electric vehicles, and autonomous vehicles—critical.

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Launches New, More User-Friendly Website

“This has been a goal of the department for years; it’s great to see it finally happening!

States Tap Federal CARES Act to Expand Broadband

States’ efforts to expand connectivity using these federal resources have focused on four specific needs: increasing access to online learning for K-12 and postsecondary students, supporting telehealth services, deploying more public Wi-Fi access points, and investing in residential broadband infrastructure, especially in rural and underserved areas.

Contactless Government Is Booming: 10 Ways to Keep the Momentum Going

. “People talk about going back to normal, but what we’ve experienced will forever change how we’re doing things.”

Missoula’s upstart Mobile Crisis Team jumps into action with positive results

Since Monday’s debut of a program designed to help with 911 calls regarding behavioral health issues, it has already saved the Missoula Police Department seven to eight hours of work, as well as saving local hospitals from potential patients.

Missoula mobile support teams respond to first mental health call on Monday

Monday marked the inaugural day for the Missoula CARES Program and the Mobile Support Team units will be put to the test helping stabilize people going through a behavioral health crisis.

Montana CISO Andy Hanks Shares State Security Actions and Priorities

How does a leading state chief information security officer navigate the cyberattacks targeting his state during the pandemic and beyond? Montana CISO Andy Hanks shows us the way in this interview.

Montana CIO Tim Bottenfield Announces Retirement Plans

Bottenfield, who has been serving as the state’s chief information officer since 2018, plans to retire at the end of the year. As of yet, there is no word on when a successor will be named.