Feb 23, 2011
InformationWeek Government’s “Government CIO 50” identifies the leading IT decision-makers in federal, state and local government. These executives are driving higher levels of performance into government IT operations amid challenges that include outdated acquisition processes, legacy systems, inefficient paper-bound workflows and decentralized authority.
Some of the Government CIO 50 don’t manage big IT departments, but have far-reaching policy influence or are key behind-the-scenes players in federal IT. And our list includes IT leaders who are driving change in local and state government as well, such as New York City IT commissioner Carole Post, who is managing the consolidation of the Big Apple’s data centers and IT infrastructure, while introducing new desktop tools and cloud services for city employees.
Check out the entire list in our full report.