Indiana

Indiana tackles workforce woes with training program

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On the Priorities Podcast, Indiana’s Jon Rogers says a workforce program is getting residents trained and working in the state IT shop.

Indiana expanding ‘earn and learn’ IT training program

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A workforce training program in the Indiana state government is spreading to other agencies besides the technology bureau.

Indiana, state universities to provide local governments cyber assessments

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The Indiana Office of Technology is partnering with Purdue University and Indiana University to provide local governments cyber assessments.

States bend hiring practices to fill IT, cyber gaps

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Dropping academic requirements and adding "work from anywhere" are on the table for states active in a competitive labor market.

The state chief data officer is here to stay

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More states are hiring chief data officers as data and technology move closer to the center of agency business.

South Bend, Indiana, finalizes 'smart sewer' plan after 5 years of retooling

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One city leader said federal officials were surprised by the reduction of environmental impact offered at a low cost.

Microsoft platform leaked 38 million files from states, large businesses

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The cybersecurity firm UpGuard found that a default setting in a product used to build apps and websites left troves of personal information easily accessible.

Security vendor says its access of Indiana COVID-19 data was not 'unauthorized'

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UpGuard, a security firm that researches software vulnerabilities, said it discovered a data leak and wanted to help state officials fix it.

Indiana, Purdue University to pilot vehicle-charging concrete

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If it works, officials said the technology could be more widely deployed across Indiana's highways.

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