Founded in 1969, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO), formerly known as the National Association for State Information Systems (NASIS), represents state chief information officers and information technology executives and managers from the states, territories, and the District of Columbia. NASCIO?s mission is to foster government excellence through quality business practices, information management, and technology policy. The primary state members are senior officials from state government who have executive-level and statewide responsibility for information technology leadership. State officials who are involved in agency level information technology management may participate as associate members. Representatives from federal, municipal, international government and non-profit organizations may also participate as members. Private-sector firms join as corporate members and participate in the Corporate Leadership Council. NASCIO provides state CIOs and state members with products and services designed to support the challenging role of the state CIO, stimulate the exchange of information and promote the adoption of IT best practices and innovations. From national conferences, peer networking, research and publications, briefings and government affairs, NASCIO is the premier network and resource for state CIOs. Each program year, NASCIO develops and supports issue committees which enable members to examine key issues in depth and deliver research briefs and other products. NASCIO also creates ad hoc working groups with clearly prescribed charters to focus on high-priority and time-sensitive issues for the states. NASCIO is headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky. (Source: National Association of State Chief Information Officders)
National Association of Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) Provided financial and administrative services for the National Association of Chief Information Officers , the national organization of state chief information officers and information resource executives and managers from the 50 states, U. S. territories, and the District of Columbia formed to shape national IT policy through collaborative partnerships, information sharing and knowledge transfer across jurisdictional and functional boundaries.
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