Technology leaders share advice and insight about the job.
The CIO position usually comes with a fair amount of authority, a high profile and a decent salary. But the job also can be a pressure cooker, and sometimes it’s a political minefield. In the final installment of Government Technology’s CIO interview series, we ask IT leaders from Arkansas, North Carolina, Michigan, New Hampshire, West Virginia, Utah and Nebraska to share their advice for CIO success.
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