Amy and Matt talk with Montana Chief Information Security Officer Andy Hanks about his work developing the cybersecurity workforce in Montana, cybersecurity legislation, differences and similarities between the private and public sectors and what's he's learned about himself since the pandemic started.
This publication is mentioned in the podcast: https://www.nascio.org/resource-center/resources/stronger-together-state-local...
Amy and Matt talk with Virginia CIO Nelson Moe about his time in the Navy on a nuclear submarine, his last five years as CIO, his work for the U.S. House of Representatives, Virginia's outsourcing model, his predictions for the future of state government workforce in Virginia and his very specific criteria for time travel.
Amy and Matt talk with Wisconsin state CIO David Cagigal about his long tenure as CIO, how he survived a party change in state government, why upgrading legacy systems is a huge hurdle, his priorities right now and how technology has changed since he started working in state government. David also shares advice for new CIOs and tells us what he's been up to on the weekends while staying safe at home.
Amy and Matt talk with Tennessee state CIO Stephanie Dedmon about current events (including the two back to back disasters that hit Teneessee), her work around workforce development for IT in Tennessee and her advice for new state CIOs.
Amy and Matt talk with Kevin Jones, CIO of the Indiana Department of Child Services about his award winning work, using virtual reality in social work, and how being a father of eight inspired his career in public service.
NASCIO's Midyear Webcast Series will be held Monday and Tuesday May 4-5. NASCIO's Program and Brand Director Emily Lane joins Amy and Matt with a preview of the series and discusses how NASCIO decided on the best format to replace our cancelled conference, some of her top branding tips and the key things that are getting her through these unusual times.
Matt and Amy talk with Massachusetts CIO Curtis Wood about his extensive background in government and public safety. We also discuss his work navigating the COVID-19 pandemic in MA.
Matt and Amy talk with Colorado CIO Dr. Theresa Szczurek about her role in the COVID-19 response in her state, how to pursue your passionate purpose, finding success, women in technology and her overall work in Colorado state government.
Amy and Matt talk with Delaware CIO James Collins about how Delaware's government is responding to COVID-19, aspects of government work that may never be the same again, and the importance of customer relationship management right now.
Link to the Governing Article mentioned in the episode: https://www.governing.com/next/Coronavirus-Has-Potential-to-Reshape-Government-Technology.html
Amy and Matt discuss COVID-19 with Ohio state CIO Ervan Rodgers. They discuss Ohio's approach to remote work, additional cybersecurity threats, working with partners and boosting moral.
NASCIO recorded and published an extra episode of NASCIO Voices this week in response to COVID-19. Because Washington State was hit early by the virus, we talked with that state's CIO, Jim Weaver about how his team has responded to the technology needs of the state, unique cybersecurity issues, working with private sector partners, and some of the issues that come up when the majority of your workforce is sent home to work remo...
Amy and Matt talk with new NASCIO President and New Hampshire CIO Denis Goulet on his surprise rise to the NASCIO Presidency, COVID-19, his priorities in his state and the "magic" of building relationships within state government. You can find NASCIO's COVID-19 Planning and Response Guidance for State CIOs on NASCIO's website here: https://www.nascio.org/resource-center/resources/covid-19-planning-and-response-guida...