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Agency CIOs See Success with 25-point IT Reform

The federal government’s sweeping 25-point reform of federal IT management appears to be paying dividends. That was the message at panel discussion of chief information officers at the General Services Administration’s Interagency Resources Management Conference this week. At the meeting, federal CIO Vivek Kundra, a high-profile administration champion of the …

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Chopra Keynotes Broadband Efforts

Federal Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra has joined efforts with One Economy, a technology advocacy organization, which recently formed a national advisory council on broadband adoption. Chopra, a point person for the Obama administration’s broadband efforts, laid out the government’s trajectory and initiatives in a keynote address Monday at One …

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GSA’s McClure: Cloud Causing Reflection on CIO Role

The federal “cloud-first” mandate, which directs agencies to begin prepping for cloud computing-based services, also has agency-level chief information officers, once the wielders of nearly limitless IT authority, facing a “culture clash,” FierceGovernmentIT reports. Dave McClure, associate administrator at the General Services Administration’s office of citizen services and innovative technologies, …

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New Deputy CTO Says He Will Use Tech ‘Bully Pulpit’

Chris Vein, the newly appointed deputy chief technology officer for government innovation, delivered his first public remarks since joining the White House’s tech team late last month and provided a few hints into what to look for. TechPresident reports Vein, previously CTO of San Francisco city and county, didn’t dwell …

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