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Must-Follow Twitter List for NASCIO 2014

Here’s a list of NASCIO speakers and attendees you can follow and shout out on Twitter.

The government Twittersphere is abuzz this week with updates from CIOs, security and innovation officers, and other IT experts attending this year’s National Association of State CIOs conference in Nashville, Tenn.

The event kicks off Sept. 28 and runs through Oct. 1. If you plan to follow conference discussions online or live tweet from the event, StateTech has compiled a few Twitter handles of speakers and attendees you can follow and shout out online.

If you’re a government employee or speaker who will be live-tweeting at the event, let us know and we’ll add you to the list.

NASCIO, @NASCIO

Amy Schurr, @AmySchurr

Editor, StateTech Magazine

Tony Encinias, @PennCIO

Deputy Secretary for Information Technology, CIO, Pennsylvania

Chris Estes, @estescio

CIO, North Carolina

Sam Nixon Jr., @SamNixonCIO

CIO, Virginia

Carolyn Parnell, @cparnell44

CIO, Minnesota

Karen Robinson, @kwrobinsonTXCIO

Executive Director, CIO, Texas Department of Information Resources

Rob Mancini, @OCTONEWS

Chief Technology Officer, Washington, D.C.

Paul Baltzell, @shortciobigdata

CIO, Indiana

Erik Ross,@eriksross

Chief Digital Officer, Office of Information Technology Services, North Carolina

Rodney Davenport, @MI_DTMB

Chief Technology Officer, Department of Technology, Management and Budget, Michigan

Stu Davis, @ohgov

Assistant Director, CIO, Department of Administrative Services Office of Information Technology, Ohio

Jim Fowler, @kygov

CIO, Kentucky

Todd Kimbriel, @TexasDIR

Chief Operations Officer, Department of Information Resources, Texas

Bill Oates, @MassachusettsIT

CIO, Massachusetts

Tony Parham, @tonyparham

Government Innovation Officer, Massachusetts

Carlos Ramos, @CADeptTech

Secretary of Technology, ClO, California

Barbara Cohn, @nycgov

Chief Data Officer, New York

Bob Woolley, @DTSUtah

Chief Technical Architect, Department of Technology Services, Utah

Mark Reardon, @georgiagov

Chief Information Security Officer, Georgia Technology Authority

Tom Fruman, @georgiagov

Director of Enterprise Governance and Planning, Georgia Technology Authority

Calvin Rhodes, @georgiagov

Executive Director, CIO, Georgia Technology Authority

Greg Urban, @StateMaryland

Deputy Secretary, Chief Technology Officer, Maryland

Richard Boes, @vermontgov

Commissioner, CIO, Department of Information and Innovation, Vermont

Chris White, @Cisco

Senior Vice President, Internet of Everything (IoE) Go-to-Market Strategy, Solutions and Sales, Cisco

Keni Thomas, @Keni_Thomas

Singer, Speaker and former U.S. Army Ranger

You can keep up with the latest from this year's conference by visiting our NASCIO 2014 content hub.

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Sep 25 2014

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