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Mark Forman: Next US CIO Must Have Grasp of Gov’t Policies, Processes

Mark Forman, a former U.S. chief information officer, believes the next federal CIO should possess knowledge of both government policies and processes, FCW reported Thursday. “In government, so much emanates from the appropriations process, there’s a very clear set of procedures for processes and it’s a model that’s unique to government,” Forman …

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Mark Forman: Government Shutdown to Hit IT Systems

The consequences of a government shutdown could hit information technology operations harder than they did in previous shutdowns because today’s computer networks are more susceptible to cyber attacks, FedScoop reported Thursday. Colby Hochmuth interviewed Mark Forman, federal chief information officer from 2001 to 2003, as saying that continuous monitoring of …

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