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11/01/2022
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CIOs lean on the public service call

The workforce concerns that CIOs and CISOs expressed in two recent surveys were on full display at last week's Michigan Cyber Summit, where a group of state and local IT leaders discussed steps they're taking to retain workers and recruit new, younger talent. One consistent theme: The allure — if not always lucrative — of public service. “We do cutting edge technologies and have a lot of opportunities," Michigan CIO Laura Clark said. "There are few positions where you actually impact 10 million residents.” CISA Director Jen Easterly, who was also at the conference, told StateScoop that while government has never drawn people for the salaries, "people come for the the sense of mission." Benjamin Freed reports.


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Indiana expands IT training program

A workforce program that has Indiana’s IT department training its own technology staff, many of whom have no previous tech experience, is expanding to additional agencies following early success, Jon Rogers, the department's director of strategic workforce planning, told StateScoop yesterday. The State Earn And Learn, or SEAL, program trains workers from non-technical industries for jobs in state IT. It's now going to include the state Housing and Community Development Authority and state Department of Health, Rogers said. Colin Wood has details.


Meet the EdScoop 50

Scoop News Group is thrilled to announce the winners of the first annual EdScoop 50 Awards. The awards honor the most influential people in the higher education technology community, along with the most innovative projects that make a positive impact across universities. This year's winners represent 40 institutions, two university systems, seven private sector companies and one professional organization. From large public universities to community colleges, the awards recognize people and projects at several different sizes and geographically across the entire country. See more on EdScoop.


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