Former Federal CIO Vivek Kundra
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Will Federal IT Change With New Leadership?


Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel is facing big expectations as he carries the torch for his predecessor Vivek Kundra.

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Chief Innovation Officer Bryan Sivak Tackles Maryland’s Status Quo

Why allowing the “unnatural act” of a government failure is a necessary part of innovation.

CIOs Cope with Personal iPads and Smartphones on Secure Networks

As these user-friendly devices become intertwined with the average person’s daily habits, public CIOs are responding with formal policies.
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Industry Perspective: 6 Steps for Communicating the Value of Technology

A CIO’s work is vital, but does everyone know it? Tips for communicating your value.

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Federal CIO Needs a Broad View to Continue Collaboration (Opinion)

Maintaining and building on the momentum Vivek Kundra created for intergovernmental collaboration will be one key to the new federal CIO’s success.

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How to Deal with Poorly Performing Employees (Opinion)

Dealing with poorly performing employees is costly, but key approaches can help manage the issue.

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State CIOs Shift Away from Direct Operational Responsibilities (Opinion)

The sands of public-sector IT are shifting as state CIOs get a seat at the cabinet table.

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3 Keys to a Successful Outage Remediation

Technology outages are inevitable, so it’s important to prepare now for the unexpected.
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