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NSF joins a growing list of agencies reconfiguring its CIO’s office

National Science Foundation CIO Dorothy Aronson will remain a principal advisor while a new executive will lead the Office of Business Information Technology…

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Federal CIOs have the most challenging jobs in the industry. Here’s why

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(U.S. Army photo by Spc. XaViera Masline)Dr. Raj Iyer. Chief Information Officer, poses for his  official portrait in the Army portrait stuidio in Arlington, Virginia, Jan 22,2021. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. XaViera Masline)

Army CIO Iyer to depart after 2-plus years

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Federal CIO Martorana on her plans for 2023

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Education stays in-house for its new CIO

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CISO council considers new authentication mechanisms for feds, citizens

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No matter federal or state, CIOs facing similar workforce challenges

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The Federal CIO talks about her office’s governmentwide operating plan

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OMB makes Myklegard the permanent deputy federal CIO

Drew Myklegard, who has been acting since April, will replace Maria Roat as the permanent deputy federal CIO.

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VA’s first permanent chief data officer Kshemendra Paul leaving agency

Kshemendra Paul, the VA’s first permanent chief data officer, is leaving the agency in November to join the Energy Department as an assistant inspector…

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Reservists

Army may have cracked the code on BYOD: 20,000 devices coming online next week

The biggest-yet phase of the bring-your-own-device pilot will help the Army figure out how to scale the technology across a diverse population of users in the active and reserve components — and part of the Air Force too.

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