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  HONOLULU —   CIO Todd Nacapuy has been named Business Executive of the Year in the 8th Annual Pacific Edge Magazine Business Achievement Awards.  The award recognizes an executive who has made a great impact on their organization through ...
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HONOLULU – A six-month paper reduction program piloted by the Office of Enterprise Technology Services has reduced paper use by 20 percent, which translates to a savings of one million sheets of printed paper. The paper reduction program aligns with ...
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HONOLULU — The Hawaii Annual Code Challenge (HACC) has been awarded the State IT Innovation of the Year award by StateScoop, the leading government IT media company in the nation’s capital. HACC was selected among 49 finalists from across the ...
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HONOLULU – The State took a major step in modernizing its payroll system when the first group of State employees was paid on May 4 through the new PeopleSoft-based software system. About 1,300 employees from the Department of Accounting and ...
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2018 Legislative Session Update

Posted on May 3, 2018 in News

Honolulu —  The 2018 Legislative Session ended on May 3rd after hearing hundreds of bills. The Office of Enterprise Technology Services supported SB 2738, SD1 HD1 CD1, Relating to Found Electronic Devices. The legislature passed the bill, which allows law ...
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HONOLULU – Congratulations to all the winners of the inaugural GirlsGoCyberStart program!  Kalani High School’s Idalings placed first in the State and tenth nationally.  Cyberstart features fun, technical challenges and games to inspire the next generation of cyber security professionals.  ...
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HONOLULU – In response to the Department of Justice’s indictment charging nine Iranian nationals with conducting a massive cyber theft campaign on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, State Chief Information Officer Todd Nacapuy and Chief Information Security Officer ...
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2018 Legislative Update

Posted on Mar 6, 2018 in News

Honolulu — The Office of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) has been following several bills this legislative session. Senate Bill 2738 SD1, Relating to Found Electronic Devices is one of the bills ETS is tracking. This bill survived first crossover and has ...
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HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige signed an executive order that directs all state government agencies to contract for internet-related services ONLY with providers who contractually agree to abide by net neutrality principals. Net neutrality protects and promotes a fast, fair ...
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HONOLULU — Governor David Y. Ige is encouraging high school girls to participate in the first major cybersecurity training program specifically for young women, grades 9-12, who may be interested in pursuing a career in cybersecurity. The state is partnering ...
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