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Articles from the CIO Council & Our Partners

What's New on

By Suzette Kent, Federal CIO · September 27, 2019
Headshot of Suzette Kent

As one of the IT Modernization Goal Leaders, I’m excited to announce that in alignment with the IT Modernization Goal and the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA) we’ve re-launched leveraging common solutions and innovative practices to improve efficiency, increase security, and ultimately meet citizens’ needs. your needs.

We've Got a New Look!

By CIO Council Operations · September 27, 2019
Paint rollers by David Pisnoy

The CIO Council wanted to make your experience better, so has a new look and feel. Take a look around. Explore our new features. Read more about how we worked to better meet your needs.

Working Together to Advance Federal Mobility

By Federal Mobility Working Group · July 16, 2019
Woman with Mobile by Petter Lagson

The Federal CIO Council is excited to unveil the Federal Mobility Group (FMG), a federal Community of Practice that coalesces the membership and goals of the existing Mobile Services Category Team (MSCT) with those...

The Significance of HER Perspective - How Women in Federal IT are Paving the Way for Future Generations of Female Leadership

By CIO Council Operations · June 25, 2019
Women in Federal IT and Cybersecurity within pink circle

Earlier this month, women across the federal government gathered for the second annual Women in Federal Information Technology and Cybersecurity Event - The Significance of HER Perspective. Over 200 attendees heard from Federal IT leaders as they shared experiences and perspectives, gave advice on their career paths in IT, and held flash mentoring sessions.

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