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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Gov CIO Outlook
September 20, 2018

Gov CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
A Smart City makes use of innovative information and communication technologies to generate and reprocess vast amounts of data. Thereby smart cities save costs, improve efficiency in the use of resources.
Possessing the ability to manage large chunks of data, along with the implementation of AI, and machine learning has been predicted to be the strongest pillar of 21st-century businesses.
Recent years have experienced a tremendous amount of temperature increase, especially in the U.S. resulting in more number of deaths than all other weather events, including floods.
Featured Vendors
Provides a best-in-class comprehensive suite of emergency cost recovery services for fire departments.
TXI Systems empowers towing companies and municipalities with its cloud-based towing management software enabling them to effortlessly manage towing and impounding operations.
Verint enables public safety organizations to capture, analyze and act on multichannel interactions with citizens to effectively anticipate and respond to incidents and crises.
CIO Viewpoint
Kirk Lonbom, Chief Information Officer, State of Illinois
Leadership must develop the vision for digital transformation; a vision to provide optimal value to our customers, to our employees and to our partners.
James Collins, Chief Information Officer, State of Delaware
Get two or more CIOs together and inevitably the topic will turn to “big data.”
CXO Insights
By Jenny Giambattista, Legislative Analyst, King County
How a Washington County Is Leading the Effort to Get the Most Benefits from Technology Projects.
By Darren Death, CISO, ASRC Federal
Organizations must take special care when operating their mission critical systems, ensuring that they are properly protected.