DENVER – The National Association of Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) announced their 2020 State IT Recognition Awards winners today, which included the state’s myColorado™ mobile app in the Digital Government: Government to Citizen category. These annual national awards recognize the top 10 most transformative and innovative IT projects or initiatives that make state government and residents’ lives better.
DENVER — Today, Governor Jared Polis proclaimed the month of October 2020 as Cybersecurity Awareness Month. With Coloradans spending more time online due to the coronavirus global pandemic, practicing good cyber habits is critical to protect personal and professional information.
DENVER – Today, the state’s myColorado™ mobile app and Colorado Digital ID™ was selected as a Center for Digital Government (CDG) Government Experience Project Award winner, marking its third national honor received this month. The fourth annual Government Experience Awards recognize public sector jurisdictions and agencies that are transforming the government experience and delivery of citizen services.
DENVER – Today, the National Association of Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) announced the 2020 finalists for their coveted State IT Recognition Awards and the State of Colorado received honors in four of the 10 categories.
DENVER – Winners for the 2020 StateScoop 50 Awards were announced today and the State of Colorado was honored in four categories, with Governor Jared Polis taking home the GoldenGov: State Executive of the Year award. Polis is well-known for his support of IT innovation, making it easier for Coloradans to do business with the state.
DENVER – Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) Chief Operations Officer and Colorado Broadband Office (CBO) Executive Director Anthony Neal-Graves was named one of the Denver Business Journal’s C-Suite Awards honorees. As noted by the DBJ, the C-suite is more crucial than ever, and this program recognizes vital and business-savvy professionals for their organizational accomplishments and community involvement. Honorees were nominated by their colleagues, bosses and friends in a competitive field.
Executive Director Theresa Szczurek Leaving Role as Chief Information Officer at Office of Information Technology
DENVER - Governor Jared Polis announced today that Colorado’s Chief Information Officer and executive director Dr. Theresa Szczurek will be departing from her post at the Governor’s Office of Information Technology on September 4, 2020. Szczurek was appointed by Polis in January 2019.
DENVER — At a virtual event today, Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) Chief Information Officer and Executive Director Dr. Theresa Szczurek was presented with ColoradoCIO’s first-ever 2020 Colorado CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Award in the public sector category. This award spotlights CIOs in seven key categories who have demonstrated excellence in technology leadership.
DENVER - Today, Gov. Jared Polis congratulated Colorado high school students who participated in the 2020 Girls Go CyberStart competition and National Championship. The CyberStart game, which teaches students about cybersecurity through a series of online challenges, ran from January 13 to June 30, 2020.