Inslee signs international agreement with Chile ambassador

Chief information security officer shares cyber security tips following Equifax breach

Washington joins multi-state cybersecurity compact

Inslee announces interim director of WaTech

Gov. Jay Inslee today named Vikki Smith interim director of WaTech. Smith takes over from Rob St. John who is retiring. A search has been re-opened to find a permanent WaTech director.

Expanding broadband to every corner of Washington topic of tour

Inslee takes 3-day trip across state to discuss increasing broadband services to all Washingtonians

Task force outlines next steps for bolstering apprenticeships, career-connected learning in Washington

State leaders announce steps to protect net neutrality

Inslee urges FCC to maintain net neutrality

British Columbia and Washington partners in climate action, high tech, good jobs

B.C. Premier John Horgan and Governor Jay Inslee resolved to strengthen the partnership between British Columbia and Washington state, and act jointly to fight climate change, grow the tech sector and create good jobs across the region.

Washington and Oregon to jointly call for proposals to operate public safety broadband network

The states of Washington and Oregon will jointly issue a request for proposals (RFP) to operate a high-speed, wireless broadband data network dedicated to public safety.

Inslee announces departure of state CIO Cockrill

Gov. Jay Inslee announced today that Michael Cockrill, Washington state’s chief information officer and the director of WaTech, will leave state service on Oct. 20 to start a new job in the private sector. 

British Columbia, Washington state to create Cascadia Innovation Corridor to promote regional economic opportunities in tech industries

Premier Christy Clark and Gov. Jay Inslee today signed a memorandum of understanding affirming their shared interest in creating regional economic opportunities for innovation in the technology sector.

Washington receives ‘A’ grade for improving state digital technology

OLYMPIA – The Center for Digital Government today released the results of the 2016 Digital States Survey.

Inslee statement on net neutrality court ruling

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement today on the U.S.

Inslee statement on REC Silicon announcement to restart production at Moses Lake

Inslee unveils new defense data tool to help businesses prepare for military downsizing

Gov. Jay Inslee today visited Jorgensen Forge in Tukwila to unveil a new “Defense Data Tool” to help businesses that contract with the U.S. Department of Defense anticipate and respond to changes in defense spending.

Inslee issues directive to increase accountability of state IT systems

Inslee announces measures to strengthen cyber security and digital privacy

Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday announced an innovative partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to strengthen the protection of critical infrastructure and government services.

Inslee announces new digital privacy protection guide and website

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced new educational tools to help Washingtonians be better informed about cyber privacy, protecting personal information in the digital landscape and state government policies and practices related to data collection.

Federal apprenticeship grants will help Washington high-tech workers

OLYMPIA — A new $5 million federal grant awarded to Washington today will expand technology job opportunities for women, minorities, veterans and others in the state. The U.S.


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