Features Public Sector

Dan Coldiron – City of Fort Collins

Dan Coldiron’s first job for the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, seems far away from the lead technology role he now occupies. “I was the guy that ran around and got parts for the mechanics when they were working on vehicles,” he says. Having just left Colorado State University in 1984, Coldiron worked as a […]

Adam Gerson – Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School

When Adam Gerson graduated from Ithaca College with a background in computer programming, he assumed he’d go to a tech start-up where he’d engineer groundbreaking software, get stock options and play ping-pong on his lunch breaks. It wasn’t an unreasonable expectation. Before he’d finished college, Gerson interned at a booming tech start-up that promised him […]

Matt Arvay – Virginia Beach, Virginia

Virginia Beach consistently ranks among the best cities to live, work and play. It’s home to approximately 450,000 residents and boasts 38 miles of beaches. The city’s Chief Information Officer Matthew B. Arvay wants to give the city another claim to fame. Arvay is leading the way to transform Virginia Beach into one of the […]

Peter Ambs – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico, has long been a place for visionaries in technology, perhaps beginning in 1975 when two young men moved to the high desert city to start Microsoft. Though the city has never lacked for talented programmers and entrepreneurs, its data systems were woefully slow and out of date by 2009. Albuquerque was hampered […]

Eric Romero – Baton Rouge Department of Information Services

By early Friday, August 12, 2016, rain had started to hammer Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Before emergency services were even activated, Eric Romero, director of the city’s Department of Information Services, knew he was in for a very long week. “Because we’ve been through so many emergencies, I knew I needed to pack a change of […]

Bill Greeves – Wake County, North Carolina

From the standpoint of organization and funding alone, local governance can seem impossible. After all, towns and cities tackle everything from running public schools and maintaining transportation systems to creating landfills. But somehow, every county finds solutions, and increasingly, many of the solutions are based in technology. Case in point? Wake County, North Carolina. With […]

Kenneth J. Thompson — Baltimore City Public Schools

The Baltimore City Public Schools are demonstrating that career readiness begins long before college by giving all students, elementary through and high school, access to the technology tools, courses and certifications that will prepare them for future careers in the digital world, some that don’t even exist yet. With 85,000-plus students enrolled the district is […]

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