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When a local government launches a shiny new integrated tax system, word gets around, apparently. After Portland, Oregon, launched a new tax platform last summer, neighboring jurisdictions that wanted help administering their taxes were quick to reach out, said Rachele Gorsegner, the manager of Portland’s Business Solutions division. “When you buy a Corvette, you don’t want to sit it in the garage,” she said. Colin Wood reports.

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North Dakota gets a new CISO

Michael Gregg, a longtime cybersecurity practitioner who’s been the serving director of cyber operations for the State of North Dakota Information Technology Department, was named Monday as the state’s new chief information security officer, state Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley said. Gregg, who’s worked in and out of the public sector over a two-decade career, is taking over for Kevin Ford, who stepped down in September to become CISO of the mapping software company Esri. Benjamin Freed has more.

Here we go again

Voting in more than 30 states today is poised to serve as the initial test run for election security officials in the Biden administration, and for administrators nationwide contending with post-2020 election laws, CyberScoop's Tim Starks reports. CISA is once again hosting an election “situational awareness” room that brings together state and local officials, political organizations and the private sector, and directing people to its "Rumor Control" website to swat down lies, conspiracy theories and other misinformation. Read more on CyberScoop.


How observability and AIOps enhance application performance

Traditional monitoring systems are no longer adequate for mapping dynamic dependencies and identifying the root cause of performance issues, says Dynatrace CTO Willie Hicks. But agencies can overcome that challenge by deploying AI-powered observability and operations platforms that improve how IT and security teams identify application dependencies and resolve network performance issues. Listen to the full interview with Hicks.

Will a billionaire's dream city be sustainable?

In his latest column, former Palo Alto, California, CIO Jonathan Reichtental throws his optimism about master-planned cities behind "Telosa," a futuristic community proposed by Marc Lore, a billionaire who made his fortune in online retail. Reichental writes that Lore's ambition "aspires to be a sustainable city that will work in concert with the environment." Read the column.

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