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Dana Deasy to be Defense Department CIO

As CIO, Deasy will be responsible for how the DoD manages and uses information, communications and cyber-security, described as "particularly important as we adopt cloud technology to make more informed and timely decisions on the battlefield." Keep Reading

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McElhaney Coming Back to DHS as USCIS CIO

Schwartz left the department to join Amazon last July, and Keith Jones has been acting CIO since then. Jones is expected to return to the role of deputy CIO when McElhaney takes over. Keep Reading

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Trump to Nominate Suzette Kent to Federal CIO Role

In a White House statement, the Trump Administration announced that Suzette Kent to be Administrator of the Office of Electronic Government, Office of Management and Budget. Ms. Kent is an industry leader of large-scale business transformation using technology, for the world’s most complex organizations. She is currently a principal at EY and has been a… Keep Reading

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GAO: Agencies Need to Pull CIOs Into Acquisition Reviews

Federal agencies need to involve their CIOs in reviewing billions of dollars worth of acquisitions, according to a GAO report. Under the Federal Information Technology Reform Act passed in 2014, agencies should be identifying IT contracts for chief information officers to review and approve. The report found that most of the 22 agencies studied, including… Keep Reading

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