Seven former federal CIOs and deputy CIOs share lessons learned with the incoming Federal CIO.
Agency chief information officers’ concerns about major changes to the capital planning and investment control (CPIC) process for 2019 were heard loud and clear by the Office of Management and Budget.
Trevor Rudolph, the chief of business operations and cybersecurity for Whitehawk and a former chief of OMB’s cyber and national security team, said during his five years on the job he has seen a marked improvement in how agencies are securing their data and systems.
Lisa Schlosser, the federal deputy chief information officer, called it a career on Nov. 9 after more than 30 years in government.
Dave DeVries, currently DoD’s principal deputy CIO, will help OPM transition to the new National Background Investigation Bureau.
After 29 years of disappointment, OPM said it has the right governance and oversight processes in place to modernize its retirement systems.
The Office of Personnel Management posted a job announcement June 1 for a new chief information officer.
The 2016 Management of Change conference sponsored by ACT-IAC provided several memorable, newsworthy moments this year.
A third report in a year suggests OPM continues to struggle to develop a credible business case and now will have trouble paying for the network and security upgrades.
Lisa Schlosser, the federal deputy CIO, will take over on an interim basis as the acting CIO at the Office of Personnel Management. Margie Graves, the DHS deputy CIO, will move to OMB on a detail.