In the News
The Wyoming Financial Transparency Working Group will meet in Room B1 in the Emerson Building, located at 2001 Capitol Avenue in Cheyenne, from 10:00 a.m. – noon on Monday, March 18.
Governor Mark Gordon announced that State Offices in Cheyenne will remain closed through Thursday, March 14. Other state offices may also remain closed or have delayed openings depending on their local weather conditions.
Governor Mark Gordon closed Cheyenne State government offices at 3 a.m. this morning. Other state offices may close across the state depending on local weather conditions due to the severe nature of this wide-ranging storm.
Governor Mark Gordon today encouraged young women in Wyoming high schools to take advantage of an opportunity to explore their aptitude for cybersecurity and computer science by trying to solve the challenges of the 2019 Girls Go CyberStart program. Participating students (and their teachers) do not need knowledge or experience in information technology or cybersecurity to participate. All that is required is a computer and an Internet connection. The program is free for schools and students.
Governor Mark Gordon complimented the Wyoming Legislature on providing a supplemental budget that sets a “deft” fiscal path. He recognized that the budget act shows constraint and means Wyoming will increase its savings this year.
Governor Mark Gordon sent the Wyoming Senate his list of nominees for numerous state offices, boards and commissions. These nominees are subject to confirmation by the Senate.
Governor Mark Gordon has appointed Major General Luke Reiner as the director of the Wyoming Department of Transportation; and appointed Mike Robinson to fill the Republican vacancy and Mary Throne for the Democratic vacancy on the Wyoming Public Service Commission.