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Jessica Mulholland

Web Editor/Photographer

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 jmulholland@govtech.com@jbronwen on Twitter and on Google+.

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Recent Articles

‘Understand Your Citizens’ and Other Tips from Arkansas CIO Yessica Jones on Being Mobile First
June 01, 2017 - With nearly six months under her belt, Jones also talked to us about chatbots and artificial intelligence in government.

3 Pieces of Advice for Making the Transition from Waterfall to Agile
May 26, 2017 - Maine's agile journey began five years ago, so CIO Jim Smith and Associate CIO Paul Sandlin offer tips to IT officials looking to make the change.

Mississippi Enterprise Security Program Provides Framework for Agency Partnerships
May 16, 2017 - CIO Craig Orgeron says HB 999, which establishes the security program, also validates where the state has been.

Changes in IT Procurement Require a Change in Culture
May 11, 2017 - Washington CIO Michael Cockrill says modeling government procurement after the private sector can cause conflict, but there are ways to make it work.

Chatbots Will Help Arkansas Reach Constituents on Facebook Messenger, Amazon Echo
May 10, 2017 - The state is working on two key upgrades: integrated payments within its Gov2Go app and chatbots that answer citizens' questions using machine learning.

What's New in Civic Tech: A Look at How Mapping Data Makes It Useful
May 04, 2017 - Plus, the DATA Act is set to evolve, and the District of Columbia establishes a comprehensive data policy.

Colorado Turns to 'Mini-Bids' to Streamline, Simplify IT Procurement
May 03, 2017 - The state's Office of Information Technology prequalified a set of vendors so when projects come up, this select group is targeted, resulting in quicker response and implementation times.

Will Innovative Technologies Help Wyoming Change the Way We Use Coal?
April 28, 2017 - CIO Tony Young says the state is looking to capture carbon dioxide and turn it into a useful product - and XPrize is offering a $20 million award to the team that can do it.

What's New in Civic Tech: New York City Rebukes FCC's Actions on Internet Privacy, Net Neutrality
April 27, 2017 - Plus, the Knight Foundation announces $1.2 million in funding for six cities to explore Internet of Things technologies, a Maryland county's Bicycle Stress Map serves as a template for others, and Boston stumbles upon inconsistencies with Web analytics.

CIOs Dig Deep on Emerging Tech, Collaborating with the Feds and Identity Management at NASCIO Conference
April 25, 2017 - On day two of the 2017 midyear conference, attendees participated in interactive and informal sessions to exchange ideas and discuss best practices.

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