“New Jersey’s second-ever dedicated chief technology officer, Chris Rein, said he’ll be taking a close look at the state’s ongoing IT consolidation and making recommendations to the governor…As CTO, Rein said he has several distinct challenges including stabilizing and improving the state’s existing IT infrastructure in close collaboration with its cybersecurity team. The goal, he noted, is to try to drive that innovation while ensuring heavily utilized government services like unemployment insurance and the Department of Motor Vehicles become more seamless.”
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