Transportation Department Chief Information Officer Vicki Hildebrand recently sat down with GovLoop to talk about the IT progress her team has made thus far, including shrinking the IT footprint and strengthening the workforce.
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There’s a growing appetite among federal CIOs to move from merely talking about transforming government IT and cyber, to actually institutionalizing change.
The Chief Information Officer of a federal agency must provide innovative solutions in a challenging budget environment. Hear what these federal CIOs have to say in terms of how they’re navigating.
Richard McKinney was CIO at the Department of Transportation for nearly four years. Learn how he took the Department from a decentralized to enterprise model.
Here’s what government officials have learned during their FITARA implementation journey.
Amidst the enticing aroma of bagels, government and industry employees gathered at GovDelivery on Tuesday morning for a panel on elevating the citizen experience in digital government. The foundation of the panel was a report that GovDelivery published recently on trends in digital government engagement. The panel consisted of three current and former government employeesRead… Read more »
The Transportation Department has opened more than 2,000 data sets to the public as part of efforts to fulfill federal initiatives for open data. Richard McKinney, DOT chief information officer, said Monday that department’s latest move was intended to meet a Nov. 30 deadline for President Barack Obama’s executive order on releasing information to publicRead… Read more »
After averting a government shutdown one hour before the deadline, Open Government has more of a platform to thrive and become a business solution to Government like never before. Using our new parody, and following the theme of Gilligan’s Island, after nearly averting a “ship wreck”, (Government shutdown), Open Government has potentially become the newRead… Read more »
In 1996 Tom Daschle called the last shut down a premeditated conspiracy to impact small businesses and shut down the economy. Today we want to know the hard facts. Perhaps there is something we can learn especially from contracting officers, and program managers about what to expect from a Government Shut down. What will aRead… Read more »
On March 30, 2011 at the Federal Plaza building in New York approximately 250 small businesses, lenders, and SBA resource partners listened to representatives from the White House, SBA headquarters, region, and district leadership present vital information for small businesses. The all day session also provided over 2 hours for small businesses to provide input,Read… Read more »