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The Center for Technology (CT) and the Texas Technology Consortium (TTC) in June 2017 recognized CIO Todd Nacapuy with the 2017 Trailblazer Award in recognition of individual leadership and excellence in information technology in the public sector. “Under Mr. Nacapuy’s ...
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HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige today signed legislation that strengthens governance and third-party review of large information technology (IT) projects throughout the entire executive branch to ensure success. Senate Bill 850 HD2 CD1, Relating to Information Technology (now Act 37), ...
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HONOLULU — The Office of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) is accepting applications for the State of Hawaii’s Transformation Internship Program (TIP), an award-winning, technology-focused program that will run this summer from June 26 to Aug. 11, 2017. The deadline to ...
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HONOLULU—The state Office of Planning’s Hawaii Statewide Geographic Information System (GIS) Program launched a new Geospatial Data Portal (geoportal.hawaii.gov), which provides streamlined access to hundreds of data layers, topographic maps, imagery, and developer features. “The new data portal provides increased ...
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HONOLULU — The State Procurement Office (SPO), in partnership with the Office of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS), recently announced that Hawaii state and local government agencies now have access to the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule Program for procuring ...
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“My mission is to help secure the state. One of the largest initiatives is to focus on getting the visibility that’s needed, so we can see what’s happening in different parts of the state. I’m doing an assessment to try ...
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HONOLULU — Windward Oahu resident Vincent Hoang has joined the Office of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) as the State of Hawaii’s chief information security officer (CISO), a position approved by the Legislature in 2016. In place since Dec. 1, Hoang ...
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Launched just over one year ago, the State of Hawaii’s “eSign” program is reducing the amount of paper being used and saving valuable time better spent working on issues facing the state. As a result, Hawaii state government is transitioning ...
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To those who work within Hawaii’s tech community, the high caliber of local skill and talent comes as no surprise. But to others less familiar, the many examples of innovation and outright digital triumphs are not always so apparent. For ...
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The state is turning to the Internet in hopes of landing qualified workers for highly skilled, high-paying jobs. Traditional methods have fallen short, so they’re using your money to launch a pilot project in hopes of targeting, and landing, the ...
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