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Join us for a coalition meeting and informational briefing on the State of Hawai‘i’s IT Strategic Plan presented by Chief Information Officer Douglas Murdock.
This “North Star” plan will help chart the course for IT and data across all state agencies over several years to improve the delivery of information and services to citizens, businesses and all those who work with and rely on our state government.
Refreshments will be served. RSVP by Friday, July 12, 4 p.m.
3 p.m. – Registration
3:15 - 4:30 p.m. – Welcome and Presentation
4:30 - 5:30 p.m. – Reception
About Douglas G. Murdock
Douglas G. Murdock is the chief information officer of the State of Hawai‘i and heads the Office of Enterprise Technology Services under the Ige Administration. Immediately prior to his confirmation as the CIO, Murdock served as the enterprise officer (chief technology officer) at the Hawai‘i Department of Human Services where he led IT, program management, security and business efforts.
CIO Murdoch previously served as state comptroller and director of the Department of Accounting and General Services, where he led the successful effort to modernize the state's payroll system. He also served as vice president, Administrative and Fiscal Affairs for the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority (HTA). Before joining HTA, he was in private practice with local law firm Alston Hunt Floyd and Ing. He served in the Air Force for 25 years as a Judge Advocate (attorney) and attained the rank of Colonel. Murdock has a B.S. degree in economics, an M.S. in public administration and a J.D. from the University of Washington.
About the Hawaii IT Strategic Plan
The Hawaii Legislature adopted HCR 94 SD1 in 2018 requesting an update to the State of Hawai‘i IT Strategic Plan to ensure that our state is maximizing modern resources in the delivery of services, information and data. This was out of recognition that technology is constantly evolving. Working groups were convened consisting of public- and private-sector leaders as well as state employees to refresh and update the plan, which was subsequently approved by the IT Steering Community on April 25, 2019, and delivered to the Governor and administrative and legislative leadership.