After 40 years of service, Vogel offers ways to make federal IT better

From futuristic telephones with screens on desks in the 1990s, to punch card mainframes using FORTRAN, Janet Vogel, the former acting chief information officer and chief information security officer at the Department of Health and Human Services, has seen significant change in the federal technology sector. Vogel recently retired after 40 years of federal service and
said her experiences, her political science background and learning technology taught her several things about how to be successful in the federal sector. She spoke more to Federal News Network Executive Editor Jason Miller on Ask the CIO.