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California CIO says wildfires website launched 'in record time'

As wildfires continue to plague the Golden State, California's technology agency dials in to daily meetings for emergency response and disaster relief for fires and power outages. State Chief Information Officer Amy Tong says her role, which has included the rapid launch of a new online resource for the public, remains one of support. Colin Wood reports.

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Indiana CIO Dewand Neely to step down

After 15 years with Indiana, the state's top technology official said he's found another role with a local nonprofit, helping to train and place workers in higher-paying technical careers. "I'm going to miss it terribly," he said of his work in government. Colin interviewed Neely about his “bittersweet” decision.

Sidewalk Toronto moves forward after resolutions

Sidewalk Labs and public stakeholders have been locked in a months-long battle over issues of data privacy and project leadership. The city and its partner now move forward on the contentious "smart city" project after settling resolutions on several of their longstanding disagreements. Ryan Johnston has the full story.

‘Way too many people’ are driving alone in Los Angeles, metro CIO says

Los Angeles has among the worst traffic in the country, with a 45 percent congestion level and an average commute of 30 minutes. Joshua Schank, chief innovation officer of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority, says his top priority is to encourage other modes of transit besides driving solo. Watch the video interview.

Alaska appoints new acting CIO, the fourth in two years

The Alaska Office of Information Technology has struggled to maintain consistent leadership in recent months as new CIOs come and go. The state has yet another new chief information officer. Ryan has more.

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