The complete IT professional is somebody that can understand business objectives and use their command of IT to solve those problems in a manner that is efficient and effective. The cloud enables them to deftly wield those IT skills with more prowess and dexterity than on-premise solutions could afford.
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In an interview with GovLoop at the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO’s) 2017 Midyear Conference, James Collins, CIO of Delaware, discusses the importance of centralization to unified experiences for citizens and better state services.
So how do you solve your IT challenges in the era of apps? Change the search from apps and individual solutions to a platform that can check off several boxes with a single investment.
Have you ever wondered what your Chief Information Officer is thinking about all day? What keeps them up at night? What makes them excited to go to work? What makes them want to pull their hair out? We found out.
Having trouble with modernization efforts in your state? Check out what Mississippi is doing and learn how you can emulate their best practices.
Ever wonder what exactly a state CIO does? In order to find out we sat down with California’s CIO, Amy Tong to learn about her role in the state and local workforce.
One of the most challenging and potentially rewarding jobs in government tech has been without a permanent leader since February. But OPM is hoping to fill its CIO position by the end of the summer. GovLoop sat down with OPM’s acting CIO and senior cyber adviser to get more details on the position.
How can the vendor community help government CIOs embrace and act on the innovations that will lead to more successful outcomes? First, we have to help them execute on the key points that will create success, regardless of the service delivery model they choose
The successful application of CIO-enabled innovation within the federal government offers a sustainable way to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and performance of government while often also reducing costs.
Department of Transportation CIO Richard McKinney is serious about getting a handle on IT spending departmentwide. So much so that he put a 120-day freeze on technology purchasing until component CIOs share with him their spending plans for the year and show how those plans align with DoT’s larger IT vision.