Cyber Command Center

Arizona Chief Information Officer J.R. Sloan told StateScoop in a recent interview that the state’s launch last month of a new cybersecurity command center is a unique opportunity to collaborate across sectors. Read the article here.

Cloud Construction

As more governments move data to the cloud, the Grand Canyon state aims to provide a streamlined vetting and monitoring process for vendors. Read the StateTech article here


During the NASCIO Annual Conference in Seattle, state cloud adoption was one of the top discussions. State CIO J.R. Sloan discusses more in a Government Technology article.

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The State of Arizona has launched a new cybersecurity command center to manage the state's entire IT security operations with combined support from federal, state, local, and private-sector partners. Learn more.


Over the past five years, the State of Arizona has driven an estimated $70 million in cost avoidance on IT initiatives through business decisions unlocked by the power of going digital.

State Chief Strategy Officer Doug Lange discusses digital transformation and identity management with StateScoop.


Arizona Chief Information Officer J.R. Sloan told StateScoop he’s preparing this month to launch in his state the first instance of a new program that vets and continuously monitors the security standards of IT vendors. Read the article here.


The State of Arizona is one of the first states in the country to offer digital versions of driver's licenses and ID cards on Apple devices. Read the article here.