Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed an executive order (EO) that will create a task force to recommend policies for the responsible and effective use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) technologies in state executive-branch agencies.
Alabama Office of Information Technology (OIT) Secretary Marty Redden announced that he is set to retire after 16 years of service to the state. Gov. Kay Ivey has tapped Daniel Urquhart to serve as the new secretary of OIT.
The state of Alabama is rolling out a new modernized driver license system, replacing a decades-old system.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed state Senate Bill 193 that will allocate $280 million for this fiscal year from the state’s Advancement and Technology Fund to spend on improvements to classroom technology and infrastructure.