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Hawaii lawmakers consider consolidation, new data roles to transform state IT

A pair of bills moving through the Hawaii legislature — one to create a working group that would spur along IT consolidation efforts and another to create a chief data officer role and “data task force” within the state’s technology bureau — represent two interwoven efforts increasingly found in state governments across the U.S. Hawaii Chief Information Officer Doug Murdock said he believes that both the consolidation and data bills would provide great value to the state. Colin Wood has the details.

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North Carolina interim chief data officer appointed to permanent role

North Carolina officials last week announced that Carol Burroughs, who’d been serving as the state’s interim chief data officer, is now the state’s CDO. Burroughs, who’d been serving as interim CDO since last October, was previously the technology department’s director of analytics. She’s also held consulting and data roles for the state’s health and human services department and the Office of the State Controller. As head of data efforts in North Carolina, she'll be responsible for enterprise data management, privacy and governance across the state government, according to the announcement. Colin has the story.

City CIOs gain new titles, 'new brand' after pandemic work

City CIOs across the country are taking on new responsibilities — and new titles, following opportunities to showcase their expertise with data and technology during the COVID-19 pandemic. The cross-departmental work that city CIOs performed over the past two years has given them a “new brand,” said San Jose Deputy City Manager Rob Lloyd. Ryan Johnston reports.


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