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Remote work works — now fix the culture, CIOs tell NASCIO

NASCIO published a report recently revealing that its members’ attitudes shifted dramatically after more than a year of pandemic-induced remote work. The report includes open-ended responses about workforces from top state IT officials interviewed as the pandemic was beginning in February and March 2020, and again at the beginning of this year. Colin Wood has more.

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Don't forget the data

As the Biden administration preps the release of its budget proposal for fiscal 2022, members of the data community hope the Office of Management and Budget will include data infrastructure funding. The Data Coalition this week sent a letter to OMB asking for the reissue of a national data strategy similar to the Federal Data Strategy (FDS) and routine coordination on information management between the different parts of OMB and other agencies, among other things. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

How Montana is navigating its 'work-from-anywhere' policy

As vaccines are doled out with increasing frequency across the country, remote work isn’t going away, Montana Chief Technology Officer Matt Van Syckle said during a virtual conference on Monday. Instead, he said, state agencies should consider adopting a “work-from-anywhere” policy with their employees to take control of what will now be an “ever-evolving” work environment. “The work-from-home strategy, we tried to approach it as a work-from-anywhere strategy, and I think it’s going to bode well for the future of state government here in Montana,” he said during the event hosted by VMware. Ryan Johnston has this.

South Carolina, Apple to build computer labs promoting digital equity

South Carolina officials are in the early stages of a $6 million partnership with Apple to expand access to technology and digital literacy training for K-12 and adult learners by building computer labs on college campuses around the state. More from Ryan.

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