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Susannah Fox Named HHS CTO; Sylvia Mathews Burwell Comments

The Department of Health and Human Services has appointed Susannah Fox, a more than 10-year veteran of the Pew Research Center, to succeed Bryan Sivak as the department’s chief technology officer, Fedscoop reported Thursday. Billy Mitchell writes Fox worked as an entrepreneur-in-residence at at the Robert Johnson Wood Foundation after …

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Bryan Sivak to Depart HHS as CTO; Sylvia Burwell Comments

Bryan Sivak is leaving the Department of Health and Human Services as chief technology officer, Federal News Radio reported Monday. HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell told the department’s staff in an email that Sivak will depart HHS at the end of April, Jason Miller reports. “Since joining us in 2012, Bryan …

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HHS Pushing Employee-Led Innovation Projects; Bryan Sivak Comments

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has set aside seed money for pushing employee-led innovation projects aimed to promote the agency’s policies and priorities, Information Week reports. Elena Malykhina writes that under the HHSignite initiative, staff who can execute a proposed project, idea or plan for improving HHS’ …

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Maryland CTO Bryan Sivak Joining HHS As CTO

The Department of Health and Human Services has appointed veteran Maryland and D.C. government technology executive Bryan Sivak chief technology officer, Fedscoop reports. Sivak will join HHS next month and succeeds Todd Park, who was appointed U.S. CTO in March. Sivak will also serve as HHS’ tech entrepreneur-in-residence, according to …

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D.C. CTO Sivak Brings New Ideas to Role

New District of Columbia Chief Technology Officer Bryan Sivak is bringing initiatives to his new role – and lots of initiatives for D.C. Included in his database of plans is the recently launched TrackDC program.  TrackDC functions as a real-time operational dashboard for every agency in the city. D.C. is …

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District Rolls Out “Open 311”

Last week, District of Columbia Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Bryan Sivak announced the launch of the first common platform for “Open 311.”  Open 311 provides free Application Programming Interface (API) access to city 311 systems for non-emergency city services. Addressing the common complaint of citizens’ concerns buried in government bureaucracy, …

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Bryan Sivak

Bryan Sivak was appointed Oct. 13, 2009 to the Cabinet post of chief technology officer for the District of Columbia. In that role, Sivak leads the Office of the Chief Technology Officer, which is an organization that provides technology services and leadership for 86 agencies, 38,000 employees, residents, businesses and …

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