Tag Archives: Federal CIO Council

CIO Council Report Recommends Federal IT Measures for Trump Administration

The federal Chief Information Officers Council has released a report that includes an independent analysis of the current federal information technology environment as well as recommendations for the new administration. The CIO Council said it collaborated with two contractor teams to produce content for the “State of Federal Information Technology” report. A REI …

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Profile: Sonny Bhagowalia, Treasury Department CIO

Sonny Bhagowalia assumed duties as chief information officer of the Treasury Department in October 2014 and concurrently serves as deputy assistant secretary for information systems at the agency. He oversees the department’s $3.5 billion information technology investment portfolio and information resources management strategy. Prior to the Treasury, he served as the Hawaii governor’s chief adviser …

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HHS Seeks New CIO, Deputy Assistant Secretary for IT

The Department of Health and Human Services has launched its search for a candidate who will serve as both chief information officer and deputy assistant secretary for information technology. HHS said in a Feb. 5 notice on USAJobs the selected candidate will craft and implement a five-year strategic plan that seeks …

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Luke McCormack Appointed CIO Council Vice Chairman

Luke McCormack has been named vice chairman of the Federal Chief Information Officers Council and will serve in that position in addition to his CIO role at the Department of Homeland Security, FCW reported Friday. He fills the dual leadership role vacated by Richard Spires, according to the report by …

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DHS CIO Elected Vice Chair of CIO Council

Richard Spires, chief information officer of the Department of Homeland Security, has been elected vice chairman of the federal CIO council, a cross-agency conclave devoted to best practices in federal IT management. U.S. Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra made the announcement at a recent Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association …

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