Shaking Up Washington State’s IT Culture

The key? Building an agile, mobile workforce.

by / May 2, 2013

Technology entrepreneur Michael Cockrill was named CIO of Washington state in January by Gov. Jay Inslee. In this video from the NASCIO Midyear Conference in Washington, D.C., Cockrill talks about the need to build an agile, mobile state IT workforce.

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