What are the key IT priorities of the U.S. Department of Justice? How is the DOJ going from IT Modernization to its Transformation? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Joe Klimavicz, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
An unusually active last few weeks in the federal IT community brings changes in executive positions at DHS, EPA, GSA and USDA.
Justice CIO Joe Klimavicz said modernizing legacy systems is all about ensuring an agency can fulfill its mission in real-time.
The Justice Department’s Office of Information Policy launched the first iteration of its National FOIA Portal on Thursday through a redesign of its existing FOIA.gov website.
The Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act made it through the defense authorization bill conference intact.
FBI Chief Information Officer Gordon Bitko said there’s nothing wrong with technology-driven innovations that help employees perform their missions. The problem is the lack of coordination from on high.
Joe Klimavicz, Justice Department chief information officer, is moving DoJ to a Microsoft 365 cloud-based solution to ensure its various components can communicate effectively.
The Justice Department, like a few others, has one or two really big agencies and a lot of small ones. So a big challenge for DoJ Chief Information Officer Joseph Klimavicz is keeping everyone happy and well-equipped while balancing the priorities. Klimavicz describes on Federal Drive with Tom Temin how he is aiming to bring agility into the way his organization delivers IT services.
Federal IT Dashboard data compiled exclusively for Federal News Radio shows the average time it takes an agency to complete an IT program to is 1,018 days and the average cost is $23.2 million per program. Both of these data points demonstrate the need to change how CIOs and mission owners measure project success.