State Chief Information Officer Bo Reese, State of Oklahoma, Profiled in NASCIO State CIOs Make a Difference Campaign

LEXINGTON, Ky., Monday, May 1, 2017 — State Chief Information Officer (CIO) Bo Reese is making a difference for Oklahoma by leading IT unification efforts, improving Wi-Fi and broadband service to students and improving public safety through the Criminal Justice Information Systems Center for Excellence.

Over the next two weeks, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers will feature the work and accomplishments of Reese and the Office of Management and Enterprise Services Information Services division (OMES) in the State CIOs Make a Difference campaign. Oklahoma’s profile will highlight the many success of their IT consolidation efforts, which have streamlined IT functions, reduced costs, and provided a more modern infrastructure to ensure citizen needs are met and data is protected. 

“We have some of the hardest working and most dedicated IT professionals in the state”, said Reese. “We want to show that we’re not just a prairie, we’re not just cows and fences; that we have a significant, robust technology base in Oklahoma."

Learn more about Oklahoma’s story on the campaign website, Follow @NASCIO and #StateCIOsRock on Twitter for campaign highlights and updates.