The old adage “trust but verify” is taking on new meaning with the ever-increasing focus on supply chain risk management.
Joe Klimavicz, the managing director of the federal CIO advisory practice at KPMG and the former Justice Department CIO, said five strategic imperatives emerged for technology leaders over the past few years.
Adarryl Roberts, the program executive officer at the Defense Logistics Agency, said the agency has been on a modernization journey for much of the past few years.
Lauren Knausenberger, the deputy chief information officer of the Air Force, said each initiative is moving the service forward and toward a better future, but it was the coronavirus pandemic that in many ways added fuel to the fire.
David Shive, the General Services Administration's chief information officer, replaced former Justice Department CIO Joe Klimavicz, who retired from federal service in February, as vice chairman of the CIO Council.
Joe Klimavicz, who retired after six years as the Justice Department CIO, said during his tenure the agency has significant strides in modernizing technology and providing improved services.
There are an increasing amount of hoops contractors working in cyber need to jump through to partner with the government, but Tony Hubbard, government cybersecurity lead at KPMG, says that is the reality of the world today.
The enterprise landscape of protecting the network is continuously changing and advisories are constantly evolving to meet the changing landscape. Hackers have become more sophisticated, both in their methods and in the data they target.
This content is provided by KPMG The supply chain is the backbone of operations for the military and defense agencies. From the initial request for required equipment, to transporting it anywhere in the world, and then…
More and more government organizations are considering moving larger and larger portions of their data to the cloud. This transformation eventually allow agencies to deliver services faster and more efficiently to customers and employees by a variety of methods.
While the goal of government organizations is to serve the public, the true challenge is to keep track of how the public is ultimately served.
Agencies are expecting to see improvements across the board when it comes to customer service over the next year. The reason for such optimism comes from a growing understanding of what it takes to provide exceptional customer service.
This program will provide a progress report on CDM in government.
This content is provided by KPMG Not too long ago the idea of using artificial intelligence (AI) would have been looked at as science fiction by nearly any government agency. In June of 2017 at KPMG’s…