"We have a really great opportunity to cut costs while increasing our productivity," he said during a keynote luncheon at the CES Government conference in Las Vegas. "We have to use the size of the federal footprint and our buying power to change how we do things."
VanRoekel acknowledged that the government could use mobile technology more effectively. "As I look across the way we use mobile in government, it's very fragmented," he said, citing the number of different device procurement contracts within agencies, as well as gaps in standards and governance.
The newly published federal mobility strategy outline presents six broad goals: