New York State has rolled out Contracts by the Numbers, a new web page from the Office of the State Comptroller that features a dashboard with expanded procurement search tools provided in Open Book New York. 

As more states are prioritizing the role of data privacy, the state chief privacy officer (CPO) role is continuing to grow in importance, according to a recent report from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO).

In a bid to help job seekers make their next career move, New Jersey has launched My Career NJ, a new, interactive digital hub – accessible in English and Spanish – that centralizes personalized career resources.

2024 was the first year that artificial intelligence (AI) appeared on the National Association of State Chief Information Officers’ (NASCIO) list of top priorities for state CIOs. Also for the first time ever, digital government services and cybersecurity tied for the top priority spot.

Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) has named David Horton vice president for information technology and chief information officer (CIO). The university said that Horton will start the new role on a part-time basis before going full time by June 1.

A new survey from the National 4-H Council found that tweens and teens believe that generative AI will benefit their education and careers, but that they also have concerns about cheating and privacy. The survey further found that these students want support from adults in learning how to use AI tools correctly and with confidence.

The Pennsylvania Lottery has upgraded to a new computer system which will offer benefits to players and businesses selling lottery tickets, and improve the back-end infrastructure for the Pennsylvania Lottery.

The Massachusetts Broadband Institute (MBI) at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MassTech) announced the launch of its Residential Internet Retrofit Program, a $22 million statewide initiative to equip public and affordable housing units across the state with high-speed internet service.

Las Vegas will use a $1.4 million Federal grant to deploy artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to improve pedestrian safety within the Freemont Street corridor, a popular pedestrian entertainment area.

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