Posts Tagged: federal cio

Improving Data Quality: Empowering Decision-Makers with Meaningful Information

Today’s leaders rely heavily on data-driven decision making to solve complex problems that have a direct impact on their businesses and their missions. Stakeholder concerns regarding the successful operation of their organization typically revolve around so much more than just data quality that it’s oftentimes overlooked. In reality, data quality is one of the most… Read more »

DorobekINSIDER: Helping find a new federal CIO – part 1

Hey there. I’m Christopher Dorobek — the DorobekINSIDER — and welcome GovLoop’s DorobekINSIDER… where we focus on six words: Helping government do its job better. Who will be the new federal chief information officer? It has been something of a parlor game for months, ever since Steve VanRoekel announced he was stepping down from thatRead… Read more »

Mobile Dialogue Update – Top 3 – Shared Services, BYOD, Info Assurance

Last week as we posted on GovLoop, Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel launched the call for feedback on the National Dialogue on Mobility Strategy. A week later let’s look the top 3 most popular suggestions are: –Develop a shared services catalogue –Encourage Bring Your Own Device policies(see GL discussion thread on Bring Your Own Device) –MobileRead… Read more »

A Mobile Roadmap For The Federal Government

The U.S. Chief Information Officer, Steven VanRoekel, announced the creation of a federal government-wide mobile strategy at the Consumer Electronics Show yesterday. The strategy, scheduled for release in March, is intended to help agencies take advantage of each other’s efforts to use mobile technology. To help with the planning effort, VanRoekel has launched a user-friendly(!)Read… Read more »