Nebraska CIO Ed Toner shared his initial insights into his state’s centralization process and offered advice for future IT consolidators in government. Specifically, he offered four themes to consider as other states pursue centralization.
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Larry Gillick, Deputy Director of Digital Strategy at the Interior Department, is on a quest to champion good ideas and processes — no matter where they come from.
IT modernization at the state and local level is challenging because of the sheer size of many governments. Fortunately, Illinois offers an excellent framework for other states to emulate in their own modernization efforts.
Promoting digital transformation is challenging if you don’t have the whole picture of what’s going on across the enterprise. Operational intelligence offers end-to-end visibility, allowing you to make data-driven decisions and take a more holistic approach to modernization.
Ohio COO explains how Ohio is consolidating IT infrastructure to provide better services to citizens.
Ohio CIO, Stu Davis shares his tips and tricks for efficiently modernizing state IT infrastructure.
Hardik Bhatt, Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the state of Illinois, sat down with Emily Jarvis on GovLoop’s State and Local Spotlight to discuss what a new order means for the future of Illinois’ IT programs.
The following is an excerpt from the GovLoop Guide, The Joint Information Environment: The IT Framework for the Future. You can access the full report here, in which we describe the JIE and impact it is making at the Department of Defense. The Joint Information Environment promises to create a consolidated IT infrastructure across theRead… Read more »
A Government Accountability Office report says federal agencies have largely not developed comprehensive plans to consolidate information technology systems under the PortfolioStat initiative, Nextgov reported Wednesday. Joseph Marks writes GAO identified 200 IT reform opportunities that could save agencies up to $5.8 billion through 2015. GAO’s savings projection is more than double the $2.5 billionRead… Read more »
by Rick Antonucci, Analyst The Department of Defense (DOD) recently stated that the new Defense Health Agency (DHA) is slated to save the Pentagon about $2.4 billion over the next 6 years, NextGov reports. The DHA will be composed of the TRICARE Management Activity (TMA) and the Joint Task Force National Capital Region Medical Command,Read… Read more »