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Hawaii Senate Confirms New CIO

Posted on Mar 19, 2014 in News

Transform Hawaii Government Keone Kali succeeds Sonny Bhagowalia, who was recently promoted to the position of chief adviser for technology and cybersecurity. On Tuesday, the Hawaii Senate confirmed Keone Kali — Deputy CIO of Operations in the Office of Information Management and Technology — as the state’s new CIO. Kali replacesSonny Bhagowalia, who was promoted by Gov. ...
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Hawaii Senate confirms new CIO

Posted on Mar 18, 2014 in News

StateScoop The Hawaii Senate on Tuesday confirmed Keone Kali as the state’s new chief information officer. Kali previously served as Hawaii deputy CIO for operations underneath Sonny Bhagowalia, who last month was promoted to the state’s chief adviser for technology and cybersecurity. “Kali has a proven record of success,” said Sen. Roz Baker, who represents ...
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The Senate today confirmed Keone Kali as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Hawai‘i Office of Information Management and Technology. Kali previously served as the State’s Deputy CIO for operations and was appointed by Governor Neil Abercrombie to fill outgoing CIO Sanjeev Bhagowalia’s position when he was appointed as Chief Advisor for Technology and ...
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KITV4 HONOLULU —The state Senate confirmed Keone Kali as the Chief Information Officer for the Hawaii Office of Information Management and Technology. Kali previously served as the State’s Deputy CIO for operations before he was appointed by Governor Neil Abercrombie. Kali will fill the seat of outgoing CIO Sanjeev Bhagowalia who has been appointed as ...
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Hawaii 24/7 Gov. Neil Abercrombie has announced the appointment and promotion of Sanjeev “Sonny” Bhagowalia as Chief Advisor for Technology and Cyber-Security. The new executive leadership position was created to establish Hawaii as a premier technology and cyber-security hub in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as to strengthen ties between Hawaii and Washington, D.C. in ...
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The state Office of Information Management & Technology was featured last night on Bytemarks Cafe on Hawaii Public Radio. The accomplishments, challenges, and future vision of the OIMT were explored with Sonny Bhagowalia, the governor’s new Chief Advisor for Technology and Cyber-Security, and Keone Kali, who is succeeding Bhagowalia as the state’s Chief Information Officer. Open data was among the many topics ...
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First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Brian Dote to tell us about his newChief Innovation Officer position at Mid Pacific Institute. Finally, we’ll talk to Sonny Bhagowalia and Keone Kali about changes in the State’s Office of Information Management and Technology. Listen to the interview: http://cpa.ds.npr.org/khpr/audio/2014/03/BMC_031214.mp3 Download the MP3 at: http://www.bytemarkscafe.org/2014/03/12/episode-289-hawaiis-it-transformation-march-12-2014/

First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Brian Dote to tell us about something new happening at Mid Pacific Institute. Finally, we’ll talk to Sonny Bhagowalia and Keone Kali about changes in the State’s Office of Information Management and Technology.   That’s today ...
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StateScoop Sonny Bhagowalia, who was recently promoted to Hawaii’s chief adviser for technology and cybersecurity, joined StateScoop Radio to discuss his new role and how it will impact state technology operations in Hawaii. Bhagowalia also discussed Hawaii information technology transformation, which he oversaw during his previous role as the state’s first chief information officer. Bhagowalia highlighted the State ...
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Hawaii Tribune Herald The problem, according to a Dec. 20 report by the state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, is the Big Island’s fiber “ring” isn’t actually a ring. Instead, it’s more like a slightly upside-down letter “C,” with a 22-mile gap from Volcano to Pahala. There have long been complaints on the island, ...
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