It’s been a significant year already for the rise of federal chief data officers and the government’s push toward better data governance.
Nicole Puri, a former risk management official and now a director with Grant Thornton Public Sector, explains how agencies can add value and improve through enterprise risk management efforts.
A new survey from Grant Thornton and the Technology Business Management Council highlights how CIOs view their roles and how they want to be more of a trusted partner.
Robert Shea of Grant Thornton and Kurt Schneid of Brand Ready Media, joined host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center, discuss how to leverage podcasts to build your company’s brand.
Before James Gfrerer, VA chief information officer, answers the ranking member of the Veterans Affairs Committee, he should meet with many of his stakeholders to understand the lay of the land.
One of the biggest culprits of improper payments in the federal government — the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services — is making progress to combat the issue.
Gone are the days where state CIOs are primarily focused on IT infrastructure. CIOs ranked communication, relationship-building and strategic thinking as the most critical leadership traits for a successful CIO. Technology expertise came in at number nine.
The CFO Council and the Treasury Department’s Bureau of Fiscal Service give agencies a guide to address an area of improper payments that has long been overlooked.
Demek Adams, a principal at Grant Thornton who leads the financial management practice, said agencies can jump on that bandwagon and improve not only their financial management, but their overall business processes and citizen services by making better use of the data.
LaVerne Council, the national managing principal for Enterprise Technology Strategy and Innovation at Grant Thornton and a former Veterans Affairs Department CIO, said agency technology executives have to tackle their challenging roles by combining their mission goals with IT strategies based on data to build trust across the department.