Former Federal CIO Vivek Kundra reflected on his tenure as the nation’s first chief information officer in a 12-page overview released on Monday, Aug. 15.

Kundra, now a fellow at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, published the statement on the school’s website. It details Kundra’s thoughts on changing the federal government IT model, cloud computing, application development, data center consolidation and where he believes federal IT is headed.

Steven L. VanRoekel, former managing director of the FCC, was appointed Kundra’s successor by President Barack Obama and started on Aug. 5.