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New Virginia CIO Sam Nixon faces a tough job fixing outsourcing deal with Northrop Grumman.
The first black female CIO of New York state went from living in housing projects to launching statewide IT projects.
Technology and new approaches like the Western Governors University can cut the cost and improve the performance of public colleges and universities.
Former CIO/CTO of the U.S. Postal Service describes his metrics-driven approach to managing IT.
Federal CIO Vivek Kundra implements TechStat Accountability Sessions to find problems in agencies' IT projects and take action to solve them.
Every government security policy must address all legal requirements and public concerns.
The transition to DNSSEC will be difficult, but the increased security will be worth the effort.
Michigan chief technology officer learns about an organization from the inside out.
Hard and soft skills are required for public-sector IT leadership.