Hawaii has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to business and technology. That was one of the many comments made by the state's first chief information officer, Sanjeev "Sonny" Bhagowalia, who released a strategic plan that he says will help Hawaii leap frog into the future.
But the state needs your help. The office of information management and technology posted the 35-page draft of the plan online and wants your feedback. You have until June 1.
The office says it will incorporate feedback into a final plan that will be published in July. Putting the plan together will cost $1 million, which is being paid by private grants.
For a link to the plan and online forum click HERE.