In this report, we highlight five interviews from the series, where we discuss career and leadership tips, current IT projects and how CIOs are balancing budgets, innovation and expectations from the public and internal employees.
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In recent years, Cary, NC has been gearing up to become the world’s next smart city, going as far as turning their Town Hall campus into a smart “mini-city,” complete with smart parking, traffic management, citizen engagement and more. Nicole Raimundo, Cary’s CIO, is at the center of this push.
Beth Niblock became Detroit’s CIO less than a year after its Chapter 9 bankruptcy and has since worked on pulling the city’s IT back from the brink.
Scott Howland recently won a 2018 NextGen Public Service Award, taking home the top prize in the honor’s Advocate category.
Michael Sherwood discusses a range of tech topics in the latest edition of the GovLoop “CIO Conversations” series.
If all goes as planned, by 2022 federal agencies and their vendors should be using the Technology Business Management framework to track and communicate the value of IT in a more transparent and standardized way.
Maine CIO Jim Smith is collaborating with academia and the private sector to improve how the state grooms, recruits and hires IT and cyber professionals.
We recently sat down with Janet Stevens in her D.C. office to talk about current initiatives, IT modernization, adopting emerging tech and more.
CIO Luke Stowe spoke with GovLoop about tech priorities for the city, how he balances budget realities and customer expectations and what innovation looks like in Evanston.
CIO Dorothy Aronson is collaborating with forward-thinking staff to introduce microprojects that allow the agency to test and scale new technologies and processes.