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Information Technology
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Rhode Island ranked third in the nation for most improved broadband affordability from 2015 to 2016, behind only South Dakota and Nevada, according to the second annual “State of the States” report on the state of broadband connectivity in America’s schools. more
The American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island has set up a hotline for residents who are having trouble applying for food stamp benefits amid a monthslong breakdown of the state’s new eligibility software system. more
(Updated 4:09 p.m.) Department of Human Services Director Melba Affigne Depeña and Chief Digital Officer Thom Guertin have resigned after the botched September rollout of the state’s new health and human eligibility computer system, known as UHIP, which delivers state aid to 300,000 Rhode Islanders. more
(Updated 9:46 a.m. and 2:56 p.m.) A 22-year-old Brown University senior made Forbes’ 2017 30 under 30 list of the top change-makers and innovators in the country. more
PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has called a noon news conference for Thursday at the Statehouse to make “a major jobs announcement” concerning Virgin Pulse. Raimondo is expected to be … more
High-tech innovation plays a critical role in the economy in Rhode Island, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation said in a study released Tuesday. more
With every advance in technology comes a new cyber threat, and no business – large or small – is safe from these increasingly sophisticated security breaches. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo ordered several actions on Wednesday to improve United Health Infrastructure Project-related services three months after the integrated eligibility software system was rolled out and problems such as long wait times and errors continue. more
An Arizona firm that provides website design to destination marketing organizations has been hired to revamp the visitrhodeisland.com website. more
A new $6 million federal grant has been awarded to the R.I. Governor’s Workforce Board to help train between 700 and 1,000 local workers in advanced manufacturing and information technology-related skills to fill vacancies primarily in the defense industry. more
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