States

North Carolina expands medical record access to improve prison care

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Clinical staff at North Carolina prisons will gain access to prisoners’ health records, enabling them to provide the right care more quickly.

Eight states awarded for data-driven policymaking

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Results for America and the National Governors Association named eight states they think are best at using evidence-based practices.

Multiple state employment sites down after cyberattack on Geographic Solutions Inc.

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A cyberattack against Geographic Solutions Inc. has taken several state unemployment and workforce sites offline.

Former Texas IT director departs for University of Texas vice chancellorship

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Stacey Napier will direct the University of Texas' government relations in her new role.

Waymo to start testing driver-free cars in California

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The Google spinoff is the first company to get a permit from the state to operate autonomous vehicles without a human behind the wheel.

Technology vendors want better communication from state government

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State IT procurement has long been frustrating for both sides, but industry associations are trying to smooth things over.

Minnesota claims success in $26 million Real ID system launch

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Unlike the state's failing licensing and registration system, this project reportedly has no major issues so far.

Kentucky's $375,000 CIO defends his first year on the job

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Charles Grindle, whose unusually high salary has become a political controversy, says he's saved the commonwealth millions of dollars.

'Autonomous Illinois' promises economic benefit, public goods

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The initiative for connected and autonomous vehicles comes from an executive order signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner.

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