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Articles from the CIO Council & Our Partners

Why I’m Joining the Technology Transformation Service

By Rob Cook, Commissioner of the Technology Transformation Service · November 04, 2016

This blog entry was originally published on October 31st, 2016 on the GSA blog. Some of my friends have asked what could possibly have gotten me to leave the life I love in the Bay Area and take a government job in DC.

Building a Data Center Community of Practice

By Dan Pomeroy, DCOI Managing Partner PMO, GSA · October 20, 2016

This blog entry was originally published on October 19th, 2016 on the GSA blog. This month over one hundred government data center representatives from around the country participated in the second meeting of the Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI).

Future Ready Workforce - DOJ’s IT Workforce Strategy

By Joseph Klimavicz · October 17, 2016

As the Department of Justice (DOJ) Chief Information Officer, I am often asked which new products or technology advancements will support our critical missions of litigation and law enforcement. Although I frequently engage with industry and government agencies about products or services to best suit our immediate and future needs, there is one, often overlooked resource – its people.

Tags: 2016

Announcing the First Federal Chief Information Security Officer

By Tony Scott · September 08, 2016

In February, President Obama announced a Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) that takes a series of short-term and long-term actions to improve our cybersecurity posture within the Federal Government and across the country.