Jessica Mulholland has been a writer and editor for more than 10 years. She was previously the editor of Emergency Management magazine, and she loves that she can incorporate her passion for photography into her work as a part of the Government Technology editorial team. Jessica can be reached at email@example.com, @jbronwen on Twitter and on Google+.
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Exponential Planning: Helping Government Embrace the Future
September 30, 2016 - Government must consider many new risks and factors in planning given rapidly changing technology and constituent behavior.
Workforce Modernization: Tennessee's IT Reclassification Results in Operational Advancement, Improved Performance
September 22, 2016 - Just over halfway through its five-year contract with a firm that specializes in training for management and IT professionals, the state's Office of Information Services is focusing on creating IT leaders and is seeing improved performance.
Indiana Takes Aim at Opioid Crisis with Analytics
September 21, 2016 - Indiana CIO Dewand Neely talks about how his state is applying data to address an issue on many governors' agendas.
NASCIO Day Two: Rise of the Enterprise-Level CISO
September 20, 2016 - Cybersecurity is becoming part of the fabric of government operations, as proven by the fact that all respondents in NASCIO's biennial cybersecurity survey reported having an enterprise-level chief information security officer.
CIOs Gather to Talk Leadership and Outsourcing at NASCIO, Day One
September 19, 2016 - Agile development, cybersecurity and the cloud also make the agenda as the annual meeting kicks off in Orlando, Fla.
How Digital is Your State?
September 18, 2016 - Results of the 2016 Digital States Survey indicate that the effort states are putting into innovation, collaboration and aligning their investments with citizens' priorities has never been higher.
Ingenuity, Collaboration the Hallmarks of Best of New York 2016 Survey Winners
September 15, 2016 - Winning projects serve internal and external stakeholders well, proving the dedication and hard work in designing and creating these projects was well worth the effort.
2016 Best of the Web Winners Demonstrate Technological Innovation, Service Delivery Improvements
September 01, 2016 - This year's best government websites shared in common a simple vision of user-centric content, a desire to iterate and collaborate more quickly than in years past, and to watch the market for the latest trends and standards.
Digital Counties Survey 2016: Winners Make Collaboration, Innovation, Civic Engagement Top Priorities
July 20, 2016 - In this year's survey, the Center for Digital Government recognizes 55 counties that understand technology's value, empower their tech leaders, and implement new ideas to make life better for those who live and work there.
Team San Francisco
March 23, 2016 - Miguel Gamiño, CIO
Jay Nath, Chief Innovation Officer
Joy Bonaguro, Chief Data Officer