Maryland - Gaylord National Harbor, May 5-7, 2019
Nashville, TN - JW Marriott , October 13-16, 2019
NASCIO's 2004 publication NASCIO on Unlimited Liability - Gaining Traction on the Road to "Win-Win" recommended changes to the state IT procurement policy regarding limitations on liability. This infographic indicates, as of July 2018, which states have have limitations on liability in statute, which states have none, and which states are able to negotiate limitations on a case by case basis. To update your state's information, please contact Meredith Ward at [email protected]
Participants in this webinar learned about the methods by which state and national elections officials are preparing for upcoming elections. Both state and national leaders discussed current efforts to secure our elections process and national resources available to assist those who administer that process.
This webinar presents the basics concepts of multisourcing and the “New State CIO Operating Model.” The presentation covers an overview of the NASCIO Multisourcing Initiative which began in January of 2018 in partnership with Integris Applied, Inc. The framework and the maturity model that are being employed as major references throughout the project are presented and explained.
The project workplan includes a survey to be completed by each state and territory, and will be distributed in September 2018. This webinar provides background on the new State CIO Operating Model for those completing the survey. Preliminary results from the survey will be presented at the NASCIO 2018 Annual Conference.
The State of North Dakota sees the safety of the Internet and our citizens’ information as absolutely essential to our collective future. During this webinar, Shawn Riley expounded on how the North Dakota approach to cyber across their educational systems and workforce organizations will be accomplished and details of execution as North Dakota contributes to the cyber moonshot.
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more and more a part of our daily lives, we are seeing state governments and state CIOs turning to AI for a broad host of applications. This publication discusses the definitions around artificial intelligence (AI), as well as the challenges, opportunities and applications for state governments. The report also lays out several examples of how states are using AI, along with considerations for its development and implementation. From their role as change managers, to involvement in procurement, the publication also outlines the implications for state CIOs.
The 2018 Deloitte-NASCIO Cybersecurity Study will be the 5th of its kind. Listen to this webinar to learn about what has changed since the survey was released in 2010 and get a sneak peek at the 2018 survey.
Some states are offering flexible work hours, employee development and training, wellness programs and paid family leave to compete with the private sector and rightfully stand on their own in the recruitment and retention workforce game. And still, other states lag behind. We heard from Gerald Young, Senior Research Associate of the Center for State and Local Government Excellence, and Leslie Scott, Executive Director of the National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE), on a look at where state government workforce has been and where it might go.
Multisourcing is emerging as the discipline for managing a complex and diversified portfolio of services and service providers. These services are being employed to meet the continual evolving demand for creatively delivering government services through new channels with new functionality. In this evolving circumstance there is the need for a new operating model the state chief information officer can employ to bring together agencies needs and demands with available emerging technologies and management disciplines. This report opens the door to this discussion and explores the underlying forces of change that are driving the need for a new operating model.
Pew interviewed over 350 state leaders across the U.S. and reviewed relevant laws, documents, and policies in all the states to produce a report detailing five key actions states can take to promote data-driven decision-making:
• Plan ahead by setting up guiding goals and structures.
• Build the state government's capacity to effectively use data.
• Ensure that quality data can be accessed and used by stakeholders.
• Analyze data to create meaningful information.
• Sustain support for continued data efforts.
This webinar provided a fresh understanding of the challenges facing state governments today, as well as insights on how they can capitalize on these key actions to promote data-driven decision-making.
Bo Shevchik, Outreach and Marketing Strategist, Federal Reserve of St. Louis & Co-chair of the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) Blockchain Working Group, provided an overview of the AGA Blockchain Initiative. This webinar was sponsored by the NASCIO Enterprise Architecture & Governance Committee.