StateScoop: Utah Gov. Gary Herbert was honored on Tuesday with the National Association of State Chief Information Officers’ Technology Champion Award at its midyear conference in National Harbor, Maryland.
Herbert won the award, which is presented annually to state executives for advancing the use of information technology in the public sector, for initiatives to expand broadband access throughout the state, a job-training program called Tech Pathways, overseeing the opening of the Utah Cyber Center in 2018, and championing IT innovations that have saved the state money and improved service delivery, according to NASCIO.
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