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U.K. Government: Who Needs A CIO?
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4/1/2013 | 2:38:52 AM
re: U.K. Government: Who Needs A CIO?
I wonder if the government is going to be a more high profile target due to the fact that this announcement went public. I personally think that the need for a CIO in any organization is a vital role that is very necessary to communicate the technology needs of organizations. I think that within certain organization, such as Governments, these roles need to be separated because there is a fine details that cannot be thrown in with other officers specialty.

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