Dan Wolf, the Virginia Information Technologies Agency’s (VITA) first-ever chief administrative officer, announced he stepped down from his post last week – July 22 was his last day.
Virginia IT leader Nelson Moe said at Route Fifty’s Tech Summit last week that the state is finding solid measures of success rolling out robotic process automation (RPA) tools packaged in a software-as-a-service portfolio with diverse offerings similar to those found at food courts. The Route Fifty event featured a “Spotlight: Automation” session with Moe, […]
The Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) said July 8 it has created, along with its partner UiPath, the first-ever public-sector offering for robotic process automation (RPA).
On Monday, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam issued Executive Order Nineteen, which directs the use of cloud technologies in the Commonwealth’s IT services. The executive order says Virginia must “keep pace with the marketplace” and that the order is designed to ensure the Commonwealth “aggressively incorporates the use of cloud technologies.” The order also stresses that cloud services must be deployed in a way that protects the privacy and security of Commonwealth and citizen data.