The State of North Dakota’s Information Technology team won a “hackfest” competition at an event sponsored by Microsoft in Minneapolis, MN. This is the second hackfest the state has won this year. North Dakota’s participants in the government-only event, Chad Gumeringer and Craig Felchle, won the competition by developing working models of two chat bots, an artificial intelligence (AI) feature in Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.
North Dakota Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley today announced Julie Cabinaw as chief reinvention officer (CRO) and Duane Schell as chief technology officer (CTO), two of three new leadership positions in the Information Technology Department (ITD) responsible for helping reinvent government through technology and enhanced user experience for citizens and stakeholders.
The July 11th, 2018, Information Technology Coordinators Council (ITCC) meeting recap is now available.
The ArcGIS for Schools Bundle is free to primary and secondary schools.
Gov. Doug Burgum, Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley and Bismarck State College (BSC) President Dr. Larry Skogen announce an educational collaboration with Palo Alto Networks that will grow the college’s Cybersecurity and Computer Networks Program.
Datasets have been updated and added on the GIS Hub by the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee data stewards.
Datasets have been updated on the GIS Hub by the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee data stewards.
The April 11th, 2018, Information Technology Coordinators Council (ITCC) meeting recap is now available.
In 1995, ARMA International created this month to bring about increased recognition and awareness to the profession. RIM Month also serves as a celebration of the great work information professionals bring to their organizations and the practices and principles that help manage and protect an organization’s most valued asset.
A cross-team group of participants from North Dakota’s Information Technology Department, the North Dakota University System, Department of Commerce, and private sector partner Nexus Innovations won a multi-state “hackfest” competition last week using technology to solve real-world problems.