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Federal CIO Council Makes Big Changes
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Alex Kane Rudansky
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8/13/2013 | 8:47:42 PM
re: Federal CIO Council Makes Big Changes
I wonder how much money this will save. Streamlining the development process is sure to improve efficiency - always a plus considering the sequester.
RobPreston
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8/13/2013 | 6:13:58 PM
re: Federal CIO Council Makes Big Changes
Good move. Sounds like the CIO Council, given its six "major" committees and 29 subcommittees, had become a bureaucracy unto itself. Innovation, portfolio/project management and security seem like the right three broad areas to focus on.


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