NASCIO Webinars

NASCIO All States Call: Federal IT Reform with Vivek Kundra

  • December 2010
  • Number of views: 4940

NASCIO All States Call: Federal IT Reform with Vivek Kundra

Oregon Puts the Spotlight on ARRA Funding – Stimulus Tracking as a Means to Government Transparency

  • October 2010
  • Number of views: 14799

The objective of this forum is to present the State of Oregon ORSTATS program and how it has begun to expand to include a variety of government projects beyond stimulus in a way that is leading to greater government transparency and providing new potential for location-based performance measurement.

NASCIO All States Innovations Forum: New York City Connect Initiative - Standards Based Information Exchange within State Health and Human Services

  • August 2010
  • Number of views: 4298

This session will show how information exchange standards provide strategic capabilities that are making New York City a connected city. As integrated components of the enterprise architecture, standards based information exchanges allow information to be assembled, presented and shared across a wide agency user base.

State CIO Survey Webinar by TechAmerica NASCIO GT

  • August 2010
  • Number of views: 4758

NASCIO was pleased to collaborate with the TechAmerica and Grant Thornton on a survey of State CIOs which sheds light on how CIOs around the country drive change in the way government works and enable states to do more with less. “State governments will continue to endure tough fiscal conditions, which makes the state CIO's job even more challenging. However, the results of the survey clearly indicate this situation presents opportunities for CIOs to execute on cost-saving strategies, innovative business models, and advance the use of emerging technologies” said Doug Robinson, Executive Director of NASCIO.

NASCIO All-States Briefing – The Imperative for Digital Identity in the States - Part II

  • August 2010
  • Number of views: 15178

Federal, state, local, and tribal governments currently issue numerous credentials to constituents for access to facilities or services based on a variety of endorsements. Many of the endorsements provide citizens with access to federally funded programs, but the issuance of credentials remains program-specific and has become a redundant process for many agencies and departments. By issuing a digital identity that has multi-platform credentialing options, it will result in improved efficiency and convenience for both users and issuers. To the extent such credential is honored by commercial entities, it will also improve efficiency and security of commercial transactions, including on-line transactions.

NASCIO All-States Briefing – The Imperative for Digital Identity in the States

  • August 2010
  • Number of views: 15982

Federal, state, local, and tribal governments currently issue numerous credentials to constituents for access to facilities or services based on a variety of endorsements. Many of the endorsements provide citizens with access to federally funded programs, but the issuance of credentials remains program-specific and has become a redundant process for many agencies and departments. By issuing a digital identity that has multi-platform credentialing options, it will result in improved efficiency and convenience for both users and issuers. To the extent such credential is honored by commercial entities, it will also improve efficiency and security of commercial transactions, including on-line transactions.

NASCIO All States Innovations Forum: The State of Colorado Data Strategy – Enabling State Government Effectiveness through Enterprise Data Management and Governance

  • July 2010
  • Number of views: 15264

Since 2007, The Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT) in the state of Colorado has produced a ground-breaking and progressive agenda for information sharing and information technology management.

OIT has focused on agile application and service delivery with a strong emphasis on data quality. The Colorado Data Strategy ensures that state government policy makers and knowledge workers have the data and information they need to do their work. The business-ization of government requires a disciplined approach to managing data and information resources. Outcomes gained include:

NASCIO All-States Briefing: Kentucky Department of Education Moves to the Cloud

  • July 2010
  • Number of views: 4596

Many state CIOs are evaluating the options for migrating state e-mail and other productivity tools to a hosted environment. This is hot topic among NASCIO state members. The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE), a recognized national leader in K-12 education technology, has recently migrated to a hosted cloud solution for e-mail and collaboration. KDE selected Microsoft [email protected] to bring 21st-century communications and collaboration tools to more than 700,000 students, faculty and staff statewide. The cloud-based service has already been rolled out to more than half a million people in one of the largest cloud deployments and fastest migrations of all time. The system is expected to save the state $6.3 million over four years in operational costs.

NASCIO All States Innovations Forum: Successfully Implementing Business Intelligence and Analytics for Effective Use – What To Do Before You Do All That Technical Stuff

  • May 2010
  • Number of views: 14235

Business Intelligence (BI) is the catalyst for making good management decisions. The Virginia Information Technologies Agency recognized that BI is key to maintaining Virginia’s excellent management reputation.

This session presents how the initiative to upgrade Virginia’s BI tools recognized that the people and business process issues were more critical to success than the BI technology. You will hear how Virginia’s initiative to upgrade BI tools used the creation of a knowledge worker community of practice – a Business Intelligence Competency Center (BICC) – to raise the level of business involvement in the increased use of BI.

The START Project Update

  • May 2010
  • Number of views: 4412

This teleconference provided an update on the START initiative (Strategy to Apply Reusable Technology) which was introduced at the 2010 NASCIO Midyear Conference in Baltimore. This All States Briefing call presented the background and futures for what is highly anticipated as a game changing initiative. This conference call also provided a forum for discussion and exploration of the START initiative. START intends to create a new model for health and human services that will move from program centric to person centric.

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