• TechLeader.TV On-the-Road at NASCIO – Interviews with CIO, Keynotes & California Officials

    November 5th, 2012 by admin Categories: Blogs Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

    By all accounts NASCIO’s Annual Conference in San Diego was a great success. From my standpoint the most interesting developments involved the number of multi-state coordinated initiatives that were discussed. GIS consortia for Oregon, Montana, Utah and Colorado; Unemployment Insurance system for North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado and Arizona; MMIS for Michigan and Illinois; and formal CIO collaboration in New England. You can check out these and all speaker presentations at the NASCIO web site here.

    In addition, TechLeader.TV was On-the-Road at NASCIO conducting numerous on-camera interviews with various attendees, presenters and other guests, obtaining valuable insights on conference impressions, keynote speeches, state priorities and initiatives, and interesting prognostications about the elections and the World Series! We hear from 12 state CIO’s, including a good representative sample of California attendees. Check it out here:

    Introduction by TLTV Host John Thomas Flynn

    Dugan Petty – CIO Oregon – Outgoing NASCIO President

    Brenda Decker – CIO Nebraska, New NASCIO President

    Carlos Ramos – CIO California

    Craig Burlingame – CIO Massachusetts Trial Courts

    David Behen – CIO Michigan

    Davood Ghods – Deputy Director California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

    Doug Robinson – NASCIO Executive Director

    Steve Emanuel – CIO New Jersey

    John Letchford – CIO Massachusetts

    Keith Tresh – CISO California

    Ken Miller – Conference Keynote & Author “Extreme Government Makeover”

    Ron Hughes – Director California Office of Technology Services

    Christie Borchin – CIO California Veterans Affairs Agency

    Sonny Bhagowalia – CIO Hawaii

    Sean Vinck – CIO Illinois

    Stu Davis – CIO Ohio


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