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Oskar Anderson to succeed Miszewski as head of state technology division

Madison, Wis. - Oskar Anderson, chief information officer for the Wisconsin Department of Revenue since 2001, has been named to succeed Matt Miszewski as administrator of the state Division of Enterprise Technology . Anderson, who is on vacation this week, will join the Department of Admin...

Wisconsin to Get Serious about E-Government

...ment services offered online by local governments, miszewski said, speaking Nov. 19 between sessions of the Wis...a privacy angle we would have to pay attention to, miszewski said. When we facilitate that system, the access w...at revising the way they do real estate transfers, miszewski said. Instead of waiting for mortgage settlement d...

State CIO discusses IT and government

...obstacle. State Chief Information Officer Matt miszewski and other speakers described this paradox and how ...undying belief that eventually well get out of it, miszewski said. Last year, Wisconsin ranked 46th nationally ...s not always used in the most coordinated fashion, miszewski said. Our systems have to be able to talk to ea...

State CIO wants to unify electronic government

...lers to assist local governments in their role as direct service providers, miszewski says. If local governments are the direct point of contact for offering ...sources challenges will not allow us to destroy intergovernmental barriers, miszewski recently told a group of IT professionals assembled at a technology confere...

Wisconsin chooses likely vendors for BadgerNet 2

...r term would be unwise and a shorter one would incur extra costs. Negotiations are expected to be closed before the end of the year, state CIO Matt miszewski said, and municipalities around the state would have the option of whether to use the network. To me, the exciting thing about this network is that...

Interview: State CIO predicts small businesses and SOA will shape Wisconsin

... miszewski To Matt Miszewski, Wisconsin's best bet for 2005 is to do things faster. I...n taking in 2005. The chief designer of the state's enterprise IT platform, miszewski outlined the plans for state growth last November at the Digital Governmen...

Wisconsin CIOs look for an IT tipping point

...ble. "It has become an expectation that governments and companies provide services and interactions online in a way that is different from before," miszewski said. "The large increase in the demand for electronic delivery of services is unparalleled." Government has also been helpful to the IT industry, ...

Restructuring is a watchword for IT in 2005

...f proprietary standards is an enormous win for large enterprise customers," miszewski said. Peter Stockhausen, CIO of employment-services firm Manpower , sai...well-planned-out decisions, growth will continue on its upward trajectory," miszewski said. Les Chappell is a staff features writer for WTN and can be contac...

State IT leaders make Government Technology's top-25 list

...of Doers, Dreamers and Drivers. State CIO Matt miszewski and state Senator Ted Kanavas , a Republican fro...nformation. According to Government Technology, miszewski coordinated efforts to reduce IT-related spending ...is well-defined and easy to articulate -- profit," miszewski told the magazine. "The bottom line for us is simp...

State criticized over BadgerNet 2 execution; some doubt benefits

...att Miszewski, the state's chief information officer, maintains he's just trying to make the best network he can. "I am not interested in control," miszewski said at a panel discussion on Tuesday in response to criticism that his department was using a top-down approach. "I am interested in the best deal fo...
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