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As threats to government IT grow more sophisticated, CIOs are racing to understand, plan and implement security strategies.
Business continuity suffers as the "ugly stepchild" of IT security.
As the government CIO's role continues to change, what's the best career strategy for a professional who aspires to that position?
CIOs can gain better data protection by ensuring applications are built securely.
Biometrics, once the domain of public safety and welfare, has become more mainstream in the public sector, thanks to improvements in recognition technology.
Thirsty for interns, the CIO of Los Angeles County's Department of Public Works relies upon a neighborly university.
Colorado CIO Michael Locatis helps consolidate state IT operations.
Clark County, Nev. CIO Laura Fucci improves customer service with Information Technology Infrastructure Library framework.
U.S. Department of Defense Deputy CIO David Wennergren works on strategic issues across all military branches.
Chicago CIO Hardik Bhatt helps deal with digital divide, improving online transactions for citizens.
Riverside, Calif., CIO Steve Reneker works to bring economic development, wireless broadband to city.
Long-term talent management strategies will help reduce skills shortages.
Lack of unifying purpose haunts IT transformation in government.
Portland, Ore., Appoints New Chief Technology Officer
Good e-government starts with good identity management.
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