OIT's Charlie Wick talks with "The Watch" about Colorado's Long Distance Learning Program in the article titled Delivering 'Hamlet' Across Colorado.
Government Technology talks with Sherri Hammons and Kristin Russell about Sherri's amazing accomplishments during her time at the State in Sherri Hammons Leaves Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology.
Michael Brown, Director of Enterprise Applications Architecture is featured in the fall issue of Public CIO in the article Decision-Maker Perspective: Michael W. Brown, State of Colorado, Chooses Data Center Modernization.
The Denver Business Journal talks with Kristin Russell and takes A look at Colorado government's shift to Google, one year later.
Secretary of Technology & CIO Kristin Russell was a recent guest on CXOTalk where she spoke on many of the innovative efforts undertaken in Colorado. An article about that interview and her "...absolutely refreshing view of government from an extraordinary thought leader" is found on a Huffington Post blog titled Inspired CIOs are More Innovative. The full CXOTalk interview is accessible here.
Government Technology talks with Kristin Russell about what service delivery managers can do for state government.
Colorado and Kristin Russell are cited as an example of what states are doing with Shared Systems in Governing magazine's article What CIOs Need to Achieve Their Top 3 Priorities.
Secretary of Technology and CIO Kristin D. Russell shares her "secret sauce" in a Public CIO magazine article CIOs Share Their Secrets for Success.
Chris Wells, Director of Healthcare Information Technology, cited in Government Technology's article Colorado Experiments with Telemedicine for Inmates.
Chief Technology Officer Sherri Hammons' work on the Colorado Benefits Management System (CBMS) and WyCAN (a four state consortium working together on creating an unemployment system on a SaaS model) are discussed in The Legacy Play, a thought leadership paper published by the Center for Digital Government.
Jonathan Trull, Chief Information Security Officer, talks with Government Technology about Colorado's shift in culture regarding IT security issues in an article titled Colorado Embraces New IT Security Philosophy.
Chief Information Security Officer Jonathan Trull talks with CSO Online about How Colorado's CISO is revamping the state's information security -- on a $6,000 budget.
Secretary of Technology & Chief Information Officer Kristin Russell and State Chief Information Security Officer Jonathan Trull discuss Colorado's move to Google Apps for Government and how email is being protected in Government Technology's article New Tool Helps Colorado Better Secure Cloud Email Data.