Gino Menchini, the hard-charging CIO of New York City, is constantly on the move in the city that never sleeps.View Past Issues
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CIOs in the private sector have their problems too, but some have become change agents to meet the challenges.
CIOs play a key role in creating the right kind of environment for information integration to succeed in government.
Though cyber-security seems to get a lot of headlines, cyber-security expert and professor Eugene Spafford argues it's not getting enough attention from policy-makers.
Few state or local IT officials are happy with how the federal government funds IT projects. The question is not whether the process should change, but how.
Steve Peck, SAP's public-sector chief, talks about the consolidating ERP market and why it's good for government.
A new 311 system is about to expand how citizens interact with Miami-Dade County and CIO Judy Zito has taken charge.
Robert Klitgaard and Paul C. Light, Editors