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December 29, 2017

Federal CIO Council 2017 Accomplishments

By CIO Council Operations


Infographic of the CIOC's Accomplishments from 2017

  1. Federal Secure Mobility Toolkit
    • 14 agency success stories included
  2. State of Federal IT Report
    • Published a comprehensive report providing a roadmap for the future of Federal IT
  3. Secure Mobility Day
    • 80 attendees
    • 25 recommendations to improve mobile security in the Federal Government
  4. First-ever, Government-wide Tech/Cyber Hiring & Recruitment Event
    • 30 Federal agencies
    • 200 Interviews
    • 2k attendees
    • 30+ on-the-spot job offers
  5. Re-chartered Four Committees
    • Innovation Committee
    • Services, Strategies and Infrastructure Committee
    • Workforce Committee
    • CISO Committee
  6. Innovation Sandbox
    • Stood up Azure cloud environment for collaboration and data sharing among agencies
  7. 8(A) Matchmaking Event
    • Brought 4 innovative digital serives companies to pitch agile coaching services to a major federal Agency
    • Used authorities from 8(a) Program Digital service Initiative:
    • Contract impending
  8. Contract awarded for gap analysis to enable agencies to implement TBM

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