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North Dakota Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley today announced a new executive position within the state’s Information Technology team. The Chief Customer Success Officer is directly aligned with elevating NDIT’s focus on driving business value for customers through a holistic strategy, including technical integration to achieve state agencies’ business needs.

NDIT’s Lucas Pippenger, Tony Aukland, serve as judge and advisor. BSC students Jacob Langeurd and Ian Johnson also work on the NDIT Security team.

North Dakota Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley will be speaking at several local and national events highlighting the state’s unified cybersecurity approach and statewide K-20W cybersecurity education initiative.

North Dakota Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley today announced Hemal Basra, a former senior IT manager with British Petroleum and Hewlett-Packard, as North Dakota Information Technology’s Director of IT Service Management. 

North Dakota Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley, along with event partners, today announced a Capture the Flag cybersecurity competition to be held in conjunction with the Dakota Strike Career Expo on April 8 in Fargo.

North Dakota Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley, along with military, public and private sector partners, today announced details for the Mobile Application Development Competition being held in concert with the Dakota Strike Career Expo April 8 at the Fargodome

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (JAN. 29, 2020) – Gov. Doug Burgum today announced a first-of-its-kind, multi-industry career expo aimed at addressing the state’s workforce shortage and highlighting the importance of 21st century skills such as computer science and cybersecurity in various career fields.

Gov. Doug Burgum today announced a first-of-its-kind event in April that will bring together local, regional and national partners involved in North Dakota’s K-20W Initiative to highlight the unique cybersecurity education effort and its goal of “Every Student, Every School, Cyber Educated.”

A statewide Hour of Code is planned with dozens of school districts on Thursday, Dec. 12 as part of a nationwide, annual event hosted by Code.org. Held in conjunction with Computer Science Education Week and coordinated by Microsoft, the event is part of a broader effort to give students of all ages opportunities to learn about coding and computer science as foundational 21st century skills.

Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley to keynote Broadband Association of North Dakota Annual Conference

Also slated to participate in Minnesota IT Symposium Dec. 11