State CIO Priorities: Digital Government, AI/ML, and More

State and local governments are making significant progress towards enhanced digital services. Artificial intelligence (AI) has played a large part – it can help make minor improvements to internal operations or be a game changer that helps state and local governments meet their citizens’ needs. As state and local governments move forward in their digital transformation journey, it is clear that challenges are still holding them back, such as AI acquisition issues, workforce demands, and more.

Dive deep into the evolving landscape of state and local government digital services during the next installment of MeriTalk’s State Tech Vision series. We will gather state CIOs and industry experts to discuss the transformative realm of AI and automation, the great strides state and local governments have made, and the challenges that are hindering further progress. We will also explore how public-private partnerships can enhance state and local government digital capabilities, increasing cybersecurity demands, and how IT teams are cultivating their workforces to meet evolving needs.


Digital Experience
Wednesday, May 1, 2024
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. EDT


Brittany Johnston
Research Director
Bill Smith
Chief Information Officer
State of Alaska
James Ward
Senior Vice President of Public Sector
Chief Information Officer and Secretary for the Department of Information Technology
State of North Carolina


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