Katrina Flory

As workforce issues near 'crisis,' CIOs invoke call to serve public


The public-service mission is still one of the most effective ways to attract new IT and cyber talent to government, speakers said at the Michigan Cyber Summit.

State CIOs aren't confident in locals' cybersecurity, but it's not personal


At the Michigan Cyber Summit, a group of state CIOs discussed how they're getting more acquainted with their local governments.

Ohio's new CIO sets goals for post-pandemic IT


In an interview, Katrina Flory, who was named statewide CIO June 10, said she's looking forward to a continued expansion of digital services.

Ohio names longtime IT deputy Katrina Flory as statewide CIO


Flory, who'd been deputy CIO since 2011, follows Ervan Rodgers, who resigned in early June.

As economies reopen, demands on state IT begin to flatten


State technology officials have been slammed with new projects to support other agencies during the pandemic, but two officials in Ohio said they're finally planning for life back in the office.