Regarded as state government's leading expert on deployment of high-speed internet service, Stanley Adams is stepping down as the director of the state's Office of Broadband Development.
Adams is piloting the state through a new era of broadband deployment with hundreds of millions of dollars coming from the federal government to fill in gaps in high-speed connectivity for Kansas.
He is leaving state government after more than 10 years to take a job in the private sector. His last day will be March 4.
"When you do good work at the state level, the private sector . . .