State agencies in Nebraska are beginning to upload their mappable data to a single website where it can be accessed by anyone.
LINCOLN, Neb. It's something we all learn at a very young age...dialing 911.
But here in the 21st century, new technology is even changing the way we call for help.
Nebraska’s chief information officer merged the state’s network staff, streamlined operations, and prepared for rapid consolidation across the enterprise — all within six months.
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Lincoln will save more than $570,000 through an arrangement with the state to share emergency radio system assets.
Since taking over as Nebraska’s chief information officer in June, Ed Toner consolidated key IT systems and services, positioning the state to save roughly $5.3 million over the next 10 years, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced this week.