Arizona

Arizona latest state to launch one-stop business portal

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Arizona has launched a one-stop business portal for entrepreneurs, a common first step for states seeking widespread digitization.

Arizona selects Tanium for 'whole-of-state' cyber program

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Arizona Chief Information Security Officer Tim Roemer said the new software will give him a better view of the threat landscape.

On-time and on-budget isn't enough for IT modernization, CIOs say

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Security, data governance, business processes and user-centered design add new concerns to IT modernization projects, state CIOs said.

Tribal broadband programs got $634M this month

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Five groups in Arizona received $105 million in grants from tribal broadband programs funded by last year's infrastructure law.

Advancing AI/ML in state and local government

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IT experts from Arizona and HPE discuss ways AI/ML are helping to advance the work of the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

Arizona launches digital IDs for Apple devices

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The state is the first to make its driver's licenses available in Apple Wallet, though so far, they can only be used at the Phoenix airport.

StateRAMP group says cloud-security standards being used in 10 states

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The group, which is modeled on the FedRAMP certifications for federal cloud vendors, said it is "far surpassing our expectations."

Maricopa County, Ariz., finds partisan ballot review was incorrect, misleading

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County officials issued a lengthy rebuttal to the partisan review of 2.1 million ballots demanded by supporters of former President Trump.

Arizona IT strategy chief departs for hotel chain

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Doug Lange, the state's chief strategy officer since 2016, is now the vice president for IT at Choice Hotels.

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