Utah Chief Information Officer Mark VanOrden Featured in NASCIO State CIOs Make a Difference Campaign
LEXINGTON, Ky., May 28, 2015 – The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) continues its State CIOs Make a Difference campaign by featuring State Chief Information Officer (CIO) Mark VanOrden and the Utah Department of Technology Services.
Over the next two weeks, NASCIO will profile the accomplishments and main areas of focus for Utah’s Department of Technology Services. The campaign will specifically highlight the success and cost savings of Utah’s portal – Utah.gov – which offers a variety of state government services online, including a mobile-first perspective for mobile device users and a number of mobile and web applications designed to provide Utah citizens with convenient access to state services and information. For more information on Utah’s work in this area, please see the information sheet provided.
“It is our goal in Utah to make it easier for our residents to interact with all levels of government by helping agencies reduce costs of services; supporting the business objectives of the agencies; providing intuitive, easy to use applications; ensuring that all of the services we provide are secure; and finally, providing open, transparent access to all public data,” said VanOrden.
The NASCIO State CIOs Make a Difference campaign emphasizes the innovative work and important role CIOs hold in both government operations and lives of citizens. To learn more about VanOrden and the work of Utah’s Department of Technology Services visit www.nascio.org/CIOsMakeaDifference. Follow #StateCIOsRock for updates on other states and territories to be featured in the coming weeks.