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HONOLULU – As government offices begin to modify their operations to help slow the spread of COVID-19, those needing to conduct business can do so online.  From ordering birth certificates to license renewals, residents can find more than one hundred ...
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HONOLULU – The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) is leading the state’s effort by modernizing its Financial Management System (FMS), a vital accounting platform that processed more than $1.5 billion in payroll transactions and $840 million in non-payroll transactions ...
Read More Statewide effort to modernize financial systems begins with HIDOE

  HONOLULU — Governor David Y. Ige is encouraging young women, grades 9-12, to take advantage of an opportunity to explore the cybersecurity and computer science fields by trying to solve the challenges of the 2020 Girls Go CyberStart program. ...
Read More Registration for State Sponsored Cyber Security Competition Underway

HONOLULU – A University of Hawaii team, called Gary’s Best, took home the $4,000 top prize at the Hawaii Annual Code Challenge (HACC) over the weekend.  The team came up with an innovative solution for a challenge sponsored by the State ...
Read More 2019 Hawaii Annual Code Challenge Winners Are….

HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige has proclaimed October Cybersecurity Awareness Month in Hawaii in recognition of the state’s role in identifying, protecting its citizens from, and responding to cyber threats.  The governor also marked the occasion by recognizing the state’s ...
Read More October is Cyber Security Awareness Month in Hawaii

HONOLULU – The State Office of Planning’s (OP) Hawaii Statewide Geographic Information System (GIS) Program received a Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) award at the 2019 Esri User Conference, recently held in San Diego.  Hawaii’s GIS Program – a partnership ...
Read More State Recognized for Advances Made with GIS Program

  HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige has proclaimed Labor Day (Sept. 2) to Sept.6 as Payroll Week in Hawaii, honoring nearly 350 state payroll professionals across all departments.  These individuals oversee, direct and process payroll checks for nearly 70,000 employees ...
Read More Hawaii Joins National Celebration of Payroll Week

HONOLULU – Governor David Ige has signed House Bill 531 into law as Act 238.  The new law requires the Office of Enterprise Technology Services’ chief information officer to update the State Information Technology Plan every four years and to ...
Read More GOVERNOR SIGNS IT STRATEGIC PLAN UPDATE INTO LAW

HONOLULU — The Hawaii State Senate voted to confirm Douglas Murdock as The Office of Enterprise Technology Services’ (ETS) chief information officer (CIO).  He is the fourth person confirmed by the Senate to serve as CIO since the position was ...
Read More Hawaii State Senate Confirms Douglas Murdock as ETS Chief Information Officer

HONOLULU — Gov. David Y. Ige today announced the state’s participation in the Girls Go CyberStart Initiative, which encourages young women to explore the cybersecurity and computer science fields. The initiative gives girls, grades 9-12, the opportunity to solve challenges ...
Read More Hawaiʻi joins partnership to encourage young women to explore careers in cybersecurity

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