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New York City CIO to take new City Hall job

New York City Chief Information Officer Jessica Tisch told colleagues this week she’s stepping down from that role and will move into a different position in the administration of newly inaugurated Mayor Eric Adams. Tisch’s term as citywide CIO was largely defined by the COVID-19 pandemic. “We were entrusted with enormous responsibilities: vaccinations, contact tracing... and fundamentally rebuilding the IT infrastructure that supports the vast majority of the City’s operations, among so many other things," she wrote in an email to colleagues. Benjamin Freed reports.

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Maricopa County says 'clown show' was clownish

On the eve of the first anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection, officials in Maricopa County, Arizona, published an exhaustive rebuttal of a partisan ballot review demanded and conducted by supporters of former President Donald Trump. The 93-page report found that every claim made by the partisan "audit" was misleading, inaccurate or completely false, including unfounded assertions that voting equipment had been connected to the internet and data had been deleted. "There is no evidence to support this claim,” the report reads Ben has more.

New year, same nuisance

Government buildings in Bernalillo County, New Mexico, were closed to the public Wednesday in response to what appears to be the first ransomware attack this year against a local government in the United States. The county’s websites appear to be offline as well, though the sheriff’s office and fire and rescue services were using “backup contingencies” to continue their emergency response operations. The incident has not been attributed to any known actor. Read more.


Improving constituent engagement with AI

Government agencies are still recovering from the tidal wave of demands for public services and support that overwhelmed the staffs and IT systems at many organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic. A new StateScoop documentary looks closer at how the State of Illinois is improving constituent access to government information with virtual agents and machine learning technology. Watch for the full story.

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