Maine

Maine’s project management office is branching out, CIO says

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“They’re getting a lot of new exposure,” Maine Chief Information Officer Fred Brittain told StateScoop.

Maine Gov. Mills names head of new $150M broadband office

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Andrew Butcher, director of the Maine Broadband Coalition, would lead an office to improve broadband in Maine, one of the most poorly connected states.

Ransomware hit two Maine water facilities earlier this year

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Officials said they paid no ransom and no data was compromised in the attacks on Maine's water infrastructure.

NASTD names new member leadership

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An announcement usually made at the group's annual fall conference was replaced this year by a quiet updating of its website.

Can Wi-Fi hotspots bridge the digital divide under coronavirus?

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Shelter-in-place orders keeping millions inside their homes will force states to figure out how to keep people without reliable residential internet service connected.

Grow beyond the transactional mindset, Maine CIO urges

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Leaders in state government should be owning the outcomes affecting the public, state CIO Fred Brittain says.

Maine's recent phishing attack could have been 'far more serious'

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State officials determined that no data was compromised during a phishing attack that hit three state agencies on Wednesday, including the bureau that oversees elections.

11 local governments to share solutions on mobility, civic engagement

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The "Small Places, Big Ideas Innovation Cohort" is now collecting proposals for technologies that can connect governments and the public and help with mobility.

Why cybersecurity in state government is like babysitting

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Maine's state CIO says state IT officials have a big responsibility to care for the public's data and keep it safe.

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